The show Mariam Khan is for every generation: Avinash Mishra

In conversation with Avinash Mishra.

The show Mariam Khan is for every generation: Avinash Mishra

Hottie Avinash Mishra needs no introduction. With a charming smile and super looks, the handsome hunk is ruling many young hearts as Zain in Star Plus’ latest offering Mariam Khan – Reporting LIVE (Somersault Productions).

Sharing about the show, he says, “In my last show, I played an anti hero and a negative shade character. So post that I was only offered such a character. However, Mariam was the only show which gave me a chance to enact a positive role. Zain is a decent guy. The content of the show attracted me to the series.”

He further adds, “I think what connects audience to the show is that it is for every generation. A kid can also watch the show; at the same time an adult and elderly person can also enjoy. There is no limitation in terms of viewership. The show is being loved and we are very happy with the response.”

So how do you describe your journey so far? “It has been a great learning experience. Although I did not have a lot of struggle because when I was coming to Mumbai, I got Sethji. Later, the show wrapped up and I was approached for Ishqbaaaz. Then I took a break of two months as I was working on a new show, but unfortunately that never happened and later I got Mariam. So I am fortunate enough to have fewer ups and downs,” shares the amazing actor.

Avinash says that in his journey his parents have been very supportive. “My mom and dad have been the constant support. My first show producer also has helped me a lot. He is like my elder brother. Whatever major decisions I have to take in life, I take his consent. He is a mentor to me.”

Lastly, he feels that there are lots of talented actors in the industry, but they do not get great opportunity. This is something that he dislikes about this industry and he likes that there is no caste or religion system here. The industry treats everyone equally.

Well said boy!


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