Harshad Chopda has been missing from the television screens and was last seen in the show Bepannaah also starring Jennifer Winget. Fans were in awe of their chemistry and have been missing seeing the two together. Now, the show is about to complete 2 years in March, and we wonder if there’s a possibility of a reunion happening soon. In a recent interview, Harshad Chopra opened up about it, and also his future projects and his absence from social media.
While speaking to Bollywood Hungama, Harshad was asked about the possibility of a reunion, and he said, “I have no idea. I spoke to Aniruddha sir after receiving the award and he was also saying that it’s high time we threw a party. But then everyone is busy. I mean, the show has ended and I don’t know what to say.” He then mentioned how he is overwhelmed people loved his character so much but that also means that for his future projects, he has to top it. “As an actor, it feels great that people have loved a character so much but it’s also scary because, for my future projects, you have to fight an elephant that you have made! So, it has to be better, there’s no point in doing anything less than what I have done. I have tried my best to be better than my previous work,” he said.
Speaking about his future projects, Harshad mentioned that he is not doing anything right now, and even before Bepannaah, he had waited for a long time and feels it was justified because it was the right decision and he got time to prepare for it.
Harshad Chopda also addressed his social media absence and said that he tries his best and it’s not like he doesn’t have pictures. He said, “I try my best to be active and I know that I have to post. There are times when I panic that it’s been so long since I last posted and it’s not like I don’t have pictures. I literally spent the extra four days in London clicking pictures!”
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