I have only studied till 12th standard : Sidharth Dhanda
TellyBuzz in conversation with actor Sidharth Dhanda who is seen on bindass' new show Kota Toppers...
Actor Sidharth Dhanda, who was last seen on popular shows like Arjun, Everest, Chandragupta Maurya, etc. is now playing IIT aspirant Raghav Shrivastav on bindass' newly launched show 'Kota Toppers'.
In real, Sidharth didn't pursue his higher studies because of his dreams of becoming an actor. Now, as he has fulfilled his dreams of becoming an actor and is finally living it up, Sidharth shares more about his real life, his character on the show and much more.
Read on to know more, what he has to share with us...
Sidharth says, "I am essaying the role of Raghav on the show, who has come from Delhi with a goal of pursuing IIT. He belongs to a rich and a well educated family. He desires to be like them and achieve something high in life by becoming a topper. The biggest problem of his life is that girls fall easily for him and he has dumped his girlfriend in Delhi and came to Kota. He wants to be focused towards his goals but then a girl named Rhea falls for him."
Sidharth was earlier seen in many popular shows before 'Kota Toppers' happened to him. We wonder how acting happened to the young lad. When we asked him about it, he said, "I am from Ludhiana, Punjab. I used to take part in some cultural activities during my high school days. So from there only I thought of coming to Mumbai and doing something. I came to Mumbai in the year 2010 and my first show was 'Chandragupta Maurya' on Imagine. That show was like a school for me, where I got to learn so many things. After that I did some episodic series and some popular shows like Arjun, Everest, etc. I got an offer for this show after I did 'Love By Chance' on bindass."
"I believe in getting experience for long term. I was good at studies but was not so focused. I did a play for the first time when I was in class 9th. I have studied till 12th std. I also got an admission at the Mithibai College in Mumbai when I came here but I thought of giving preference to my acting dreams over it, though education is quite important," concludes Sidharth.
Way to go Sidharth!
7 years ago
studying till 12th grade is nothing to be proud of... its a sign of a fool -- even Bill Gates, dropped out.. of Harvard though.