Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi's Mihir Ronit Roy Pledges To Not Act On TV Until THIS Happens

Ronit Roy gives a valid reason to staying away from the small screen. Find out what is it

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Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi's Mihir Ronit Roy Pledges To Not Act On TV Until THIS Happens
Ronit Roy is one hell of an actor who has explored and nailed different onscreen characters in his career. From TV to films to now digital space, the actor has created a niche for himself and people adore watching him on screen. But of late he has made a conscious decision to remain away from the small screen. In conversation with a news portal, he revealed the real reason behind it which definitely got us nodding in agreement.

According to his conversation with E Times, the actor feels he doesn’t feel things are changing in the TV industry. Also he feels there should be upgrading in terms of work, which will helps one grow personally and progress as well. He was last seen in TV show titled Adalat, post which he played a cameo in TV show Shakti. He quoted saying, “Yes, in a way it has been a conscious decision. It’s not that I am opposed to doing TV.”

He further added, “Whether you are an actor, scientist or be any other profession, there is something called raising the bar, leveling up, personal growth and progressiveness. When all these things evade for years, then that means something is wrong. I would gladly do Television. After Adalat, when I did a cameo (in Shakti as Advocate Rajat Singh), it missed all the things I said. Till the time I don’t see a change, I am going to refrain from it.”

Currently Ronit’s digital show, Hostages will reach a wider audience, as it will be aired on TV screen now during the lockdown. ALSO READ: Ronit Roy: "I Had Told My Wife, 'Mujhe Jiss Din Mihir Ka Role Mila, I Will Start Watching Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi'"- EXCLUSIVE

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