Indori Ishq actor Ritvik Sahore on what he has learnt from co-stars Aamir Khan, Sharman Joshi


And I’ve observed that in my co-stars, who are among the top actors in the industry right now. The show is touted to explore the rules of commitment in the modern times, and how it’s different for the two sexes. So, in terms of acting, web shows really help up our performance.”

 

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Ritvik has worked with names like Aamir Khan, Sharman Joshi and Sakshi Tanwar. I had a blast playing this character.”

 

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Indori Ishq is a nine-episode drama directed by Samit Kakkad, also starring Vedika Bhandari and Aashay Kulkarni. It’s different in the sense, it’s pure, honest, brutal, real and everything. (Photo: MX Player)
Many would still remember Ritvik Sahore as the kid from Dangal and Ferrari Ki Sawaari. I’m a firm believer that hard work and humility can take you places. Ritvik is now set to play a new age lover in MX Original Series Indori Ishq. But, the actor said that doesn’t mean he agrees with his character in the show. So, in order to play my character in its all honesty, I had to believe in everything the character is doing. No matter where you reach, keep that fire burning inside you and keep working hard.”
Ritvik also has Flames season 3 in his kitty. “I don’t take anything from my previous characters. People deal with heartbreak in their own ways. But over the years, Ritvik has managed to impress as a lead actor too, and his projects like Flames, Laakhon Mein Ek and short film The Twist. He shared what since he’s not been to a formal training of acting, much of the process he learned by sharing screen space with them. Otherwise, it’s completely raw because every character is new,” he said. “In the show, I’m not myself. “Whatever I’ve learned about acting is through working with such great talents of our country – from being hardworking to punctual, determined. So, does his previous characters have an imprint over anything new he takes up? © IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd Don't Miss These StoriesThe Family Man makers on season three: Always knew where we were heading, will address Covid-19Buddhadeb Dasgupta (1944-2021): A poet at heart whose cinema was a mix of realism, lyricismWhen Raveena and Karisma were tied up by Salman, Aamir on Andaz Apna Apna setsClick here for more

Asserting that the digital space gives actors freedom to dig deeper into their characters, Ritvik added, “I’m inclined towards movies. And the story is based on true events. I totally believe in whatever Kunal is doing to win his love.”

Ritvik has been acting for nearly a decade, having played varied parts across genres. It is writer Kunal Marathe’s true story. I feel it’s a beautiful mix of things. Elaborating more on that, Ritvik told indianexpress.com, “This love story is different, yet relatable. It begins streaming on MX Player from today.https://images.indianexpress.com/2020/08/1×1.png
In the show, Ritvik plays a lovelorn guy who would do anything to win his love. It’s a life that’s been lived and I have to portray it onscreen. Click here to join our channel (@indianexpress) and stay updated with the latest headlines
For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App. I’m playing my character Kunal. I do learn from my mistakes or a scene I could do better or if I’ve learned a new skill that makes my acting better. 📣 The Indian Express is now on Telegram. A 10-episode long show helps us dive deeper into it. But, OTT space help an actor explore a character to its truest extent because maximum you can push a movie is to three hours. Written by Mimansa Shekhar
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Updated: June 10, 2021 7:58:49 pm

Indori Ishq released on MX Player on June 10. Indori Ishq shows how Kunal deals with it. The Indian Express website has been rated GREEN for its credibility and trustworthiness by Newsguard, a global service that rates news sources for their journalistic standards. Ritvik portrays the character of Kunal, a victim of an unfaithful relationship.