Khichdi actor Anang Desai feels, experience in theatre helps actors grow

“Acting is an art and stage has given me a chance to understand it better. But yes, given an opportunity, I am open for more films as well,” he said. But I think that credit goes to Aatish Kapadia who wrote the script. The stage gives an actor a certain amount of confidence, sharpness, a good discipline among many other things. For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App Anang, who has been working in the television industry for long, will soon feature in the comeback season of Khichdi. A National School of Drama alumnus, Anang told IANS: “Since I come from the theatre background, it really helped me to grow as an actor. 2018-04-05T17:07:40+05:30″>
Published: April 5, 2018 5:07:40 pm

Acting is an art and stage has given me a chance to understand it better, feels actor Anang Desai. Asked if living the character for almost 16 years — as the show first went on air in 2002 — was challenging, Anang said: “The challenge was to keep the freshness of the character alive. I would say that every actor should have a basic experience of theatre, even though in future they want to work in cinema.” His entertaining character as ‘Babuji’ will be presented in a fresh way in the new season of the show. Top News
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Anang has also featured in films like “Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam”, “Yaadein”, “Raaz” and “Rustom”, but he did not explore cinema as extensively as TV and theatre.