Hiten Tejwani, the heart throb of many is back on NDTV Imagine's Kitani Mohabbat Hai where he plays the rock star and successful music director, Karan Singh.
The actor was earlier seen in just few episodes, but now is back to essay an important character who will bring back happiness in the life of Arohi (Kritika Kamra).
He makes his comeback in the show thro' a music concert which has been shot in a grand manner. Dancing to the tunes of the number 'Sitaron Ki Mehfil' from Kaho Naa Pyaar Hai, Hiten is sure to mesmerize his fans as the perfect rock star.
Talking about his comeback, Hiten says, "Karan Singh comes back to the show in the music concert where he is about to reveal the face of the new music sensation. Who will it be, and how will he launch the next big star is to be watched. It feels nice to be back on the show".
When asked about the huge fan following that he has derived whether it be as Pratham Mitthal, Karan Virani or Karan Singh, the actor quips, "I am lucky that people recognize me as Hiten Tejwani. My fans have always showered their love and passed on their good wishes; so I am sure that they will like me in this new avtar too.
Ask him whether the name 'Karan' gets him all success, and he quickly says, "No not at all. But I hope it proves second time lucky! As Shakespeare said 'What's in a name?' Just like my fans recognized & appreciated my hard work in my previous projects, I hope they will for the next & forthcoming ones too".
Hiten is happy with the response that he has been getting for his blog on India-Forums. "The response has been great. Basically, our fans wanted to see more of us, and know more about our lives. We feel glad to be interacting with them. This way I can get feedback for my new show, both positive and negative rather quickly", he quips.
Finally, his message to his fans was that, "Please watch my show; my character is a very good one. And also, please bear with my dances in the show; there will be just three songs I will be dancing on (smiles).
Reporter and Author: Ranjini Nair