Yash Sinha the talented and versatile actor has always picked up roles that inspire and are challenging to the core. His roles in popular TV shows Bhagyavidhaata, Afsar Bitiya, Code Red, Har Ghar Kuch Kehta Hai have rendered him great fan following and appreciation.
Yash will now be seen entering the Zee TV show Kyun Rishton Mein Katti Batti. His role will be extremely important to the storyline and his presence will change the course of the other main characters in the show.
Yash will play one of the leading roles in the show. He was signed for the show last year just before the lockdown started. He will be entering in Kyun Rishton Mein Katti Batti very soon. He will play the role of Harsh, a child psychiatrist and psychologist. He will be a full-of-life character, with great understanding and sensitivity.
Says Yash, “I am very excited about this role and show. When I was offered this role by Arvind Babbal Sir, I was very happy. I always am choosy when it comes to work. I will not take up anything till the time it is quite exciting. Whoever has followed my career graph will know that I have always preferred to play the hero. And when I say hero, I am not talking about the lead. I believe that there should be heroism in the role for me to take it up. My character here will bring a lot of new flavours in the show.”
“I have always wanted to do this kind of a role for a long time. If I had the option to choose on which role I would like to take, I would have always chosen this role only. So you can understand the importance of the role. I have taken up the role happily. I am grateful to Arvind Babbal Sir and Purnendu Shekhar Sir (Writer) for choosing me for the role,” he says.
The shoot of the show is presently happening in a bio-bubble format in Surat.
Ask him about his expectations from the show, Yash avers, “This will be a powerful and impactful role. You will see new traits and personalities which audience has never seen. I am looking forward to the audience reaction and hope that they love my performance. I am expecting that the audience will sit up and take notice. I have been fortunate enough to have got roles that have given hope to viewers where I can create an impact. Through this role, I will inspire people. I don’t think much has been tapped into the role of a psychiatrist, especially a child psychiatrist in Indian TV in an entertaining way.
Best of luck, Yash Sinha!!