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Left Right Left with Gaurav Chopra

Gaurav enters the very popular show Left Right Left essaying the role of Abhimanyu Rai Chauhan and so we sat down with him to find out more about his new character and Season 2 of Left Right Left.

Published: Monday,Apr 30, 2007 06:30 AM GMT-06:00
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By: Hiral Bhatt

Left Right Left with Gaurav Chopra
The comrades of Left Right Left are back with more twists, more turns and some great entertainment for our Indian Television viewers. So you want to ask what is different about the second season of Sab's Left Right Left? Well while some male hearts may have broken due to the adieu of the sensational Shewta Salve, we hear that pulses are running high amongst the female crowds! And the culprit for causing this uproar is the very well-known face from popular shows like Dil Kya Chahta Hai, Nach Baliye 2 and Aisa Des Hai Mera. His good looks, tremendous acting skills and incredible dance moves have helped him edge out a special place in the Indian Television Industry. Yes, we are talking about none other than the very talented and versatile actor Gaurav Chopra!

Gaurav enters the very popular show Left Right Left essaying the role of Abhimanyu Rai Chauhan and so we sat down with him to find out more about his new character and Season 2 of Left Right Left.

Garuav, tell us how are you associated with the show Left Right Left?

Well, I am not really allowed to say anything. However I will just let you know that I am going to be playing a character called - Abhimanyu Rai Chauhan.

Who exactly is Abhimanyu?

Abhimanyu is here to add more flavors to the show. This character will make the show spunkier. He is not a character with the ordinary shades of grey, white or black. Abhimanyu is good at times but he has is insecurities – he is strong yet sensitive when it comes to certain things. He helps everyone and yet he too needs support at times. He adds new flavors by bringing together the characters from the past with the new characters of the present Season. Abhimanyu will be seen interacting with both the older and the newer characters – usually generation leaps allow this type of a change but in the case of Left Right Left Abhimanyu’s character brings about this change. It is a huge responsibility as Left Right Left is a popular show and thus certain details have to be kept in mind as though they may not seem important initially, they later on do add up.

When will we see Abhimanyu?

I wont be there for the first few episodes but Abhimanyu will be mentioned along the way.

What made you choose Abhimanyu’s role? Why Abhimanyu?

Abhimanyu’s character has a lot of shades I have done before and yet many that I haven’t too. It is a perfect blend. Abhimanyu’s personality is so very real to life. The character has been done in the past, yet a few elements haven't been highlighted earlier. Post Aisa Des Hai Mera, I was looking for something completely different - something I haven't done, and yet something familiar, and Abhimanyu’s was perfect.

Can you relate to your character of Abhimanyu?

Totally. We all have a little bit of him and yet at the same time he has a standard and personality of his own that sets him apart.

Your final words on Left Right Left, Season 2 and Abhimanyu?

Watch out for Abhimnayu!!!

Reporter: Hiral Bhatt
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Anishma mahabier @anishma24 16 years ago great i can't believe it that i missed this article!
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Swapna-Mobile @Swapna-Mobile 16 years ago He is kool..nd da way he is expressing da character which says dat he is neither +ve nor-ve nor grey..proves dat da character is very real..
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Silence @SecretKhabri420 16 years ago Sounds very interessting....
Waiting for Gaurav's entry in LRL....

Rajeev and Aamna jodi's biggest admirer and supporter forever and ever Zee....
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Vijay Bhatter @vijay 16 years ago It will be fun watching the show again with one more addition to the starcast.

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