Mumbai, May 8 (IANS) Actor Varun Kapoor, who will next be seen playing a mentally challenged character in TV show "Swaragini", says the role of Sanskaar is a "challenging" one for him and he is rehearsing well for it.
Sanskaar belongs to a well-to-do Marwari family Maheshwaris, who are based in Kolkata. He is the son of Durgaprasad's younger brother Ramprasad Maheshwari and is a year or two older than Lakshya.
The Maheshwaris are a traditional family, whose patriarch Durgaprasad makes every decision for the family from the stream of education that the children would take up to the family they would marry into. Sanskaar was disowned by the family as he rebelled against this tyranny.
"The character of Sanskaar has been really challenging and I can't wait to see everyone's reaction. To get into the skin of the character I rehearse my scenes well in advance so I can do justice to my role. Apart from that, the journey so far has been really interesting and hope I continue to entertain the viewers," Varun said in a statement.
"Swaragini", which is aired on Colors, features Helly Shah and Tejaswi Prakash Wayangankar, who play Swara Bose and Ragini Gadodia. They are seen with Tanima Sen as Shobha Bose, Parinita Borthakur as Sharmishtha Bose and Sachin Tyagi in the role of Shekhar Gadodia.