Anupamaa continues to be one of the top TV shows on Indian television and it has in fact, marked a name for itself. The Rajan Shahi show is relatable to many, and places family, at the centre of everything. With all that continues to happen, when Aashish Mehrotra aka Paritosh from Anupamaa, spoke to India Forums, he sure had quite a lot of insight to give.
He spoke to us about the switch from positive to negative once again, and the vibe that Aneri and Gaurav have brought on sets. About the switch once again and how does he get it right, he tells us,
''I think I am enjoying this process, and as I have told you earlier, in our daily routine, we never remain negative, positive, or grey, and we keep switching, depending on people, situations, and how life is treating us. At this point, he has tried every bit he has learnt from his father and that hasn't served his purpose, but he has those values from his father. At the same time, he is also his mother's son, and Anupama has taught him how he should be a helping hand, and more than taking, he should be giving, and somewhere in the world it will be accepted and it will be given back, but the intentions are best known to the writers.
For me, I am enjoying playing an elder brother to Paakhi and Nandini, and how he has gone through those phases in his life, and he ahs seen those things happening. However, he doesn't want them to fall in the same pit as him and that is one thing, and since he apologised to his mother, but you have to let it reflect in his actions too, so he is taking care of that.
''There's a whole lot of different energy on set that Aneri and Gaurav have brought in, very very positive vibe on set. Aneri is fabulous as an artist, as a performer and so is Gaurav. They have changed a lot of dynamics on the sets and it feels fresh again, since we've been doing the show for a long time (touchwood), so it is all the more fun now.''
Meanwhile, the show is currently going through a lot of drama, with Malvika and Vanraj considering the move to Mumbai, and Anuj and Anupama, having their own moments.