Rasik Dave talks about the death of his character DSR in Zee TV’s Aisi Deewangi and on the probability of his character’s return!!

Veteran actor Rasik Dave misses portraying the role of Dharam Singh Rathore (DSR) in Zee TV’s popular show, Aisi Deewangi Dekhi Nahi Kahi (Deejaa Pictures and Pixx Productions).

DSR was a pivotal character in the show, and his sudden death has caused heartbreak amongst the loyal viewers.

Also, his death has brought about huge drama in the Rathore house!! However, the viewers of the show want Rasik Dave to get back.

Talking about his character’s death in the show and the reaction he has been getting, Rasik told us, “Yes, my character has been killed… What do I do? I have been shooting few scenes of my flashback. But yes, I too miss playing DSR.”

When asked if the very much loved character will get back, Rasik averred, “I have also heard about it. But there is nothing of this sort as of now. I have been getting messages from the fans of the show that they miss me, and I should be coming back and I will come back. Let’s see!!”

On his role and show, Rasik stated, “It was very nice playing DSR. Whenever I have died on screen, it has become a super-hit. When my character was killed in Ek Mahal Ho Sapnon Ka, the show took to great heights. After that, a trend of killing important characters came in, and even Mihir was killed in Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi. This character of DSR was also popular; hence they killed me. Let’s see whether he is brought back now (smiles). The co-actors and the entire team were nice to work with. My Director was the best to work with.”

Talking about the best part of the character, he said, “In an era where only the women on TV get the meaty roles, I am fortunate that this character which was powerful and challenging came to me. I was enjoying it thoroughly.”

Well, like you, we too hope DSR aka Rasik Dave comes back in Aisi Deewangi!!


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