Karanvir Bohra bursts out about nepotism and being labelled out as a ‘TV actor’ for years
In a strong plea to the audiences to watch his upcoming web show, actor Karanvir Bohra has through his social media put out a much-needed message in the form of an eye-opener for people to read!
Karanvir Bohra recently spoke to Bollywood Bubble about his hit show ‘The Casino’ which released amidst the lockdown. Have a look at the interview right here:
Stressing on how times due to the pandemic have been quite uncertain, where people have lost their jobs and incomes, moreover also resulting in a lot of strong-headed debates on nepotism and categorising and stereotyping actors in some recent light of events which has made the Entertainment industry an even tougher place to be in, Karanvir through an intense open letter addresses these issues and requests the viewers who he feels are the make and break of content, to give equal prominence to the digital space which is filled with content as good as that being portrayed on the big screen.
Have a look at his open letter right here:
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My new project #Bhanwar streaming tommorrow at 12am on @zee5 This show requires all your support. My entire team has worked during the Pandemic to give you this pet project. @aparnaachrekar @nidhimishra_2 @rsjourno @zee5shows @karanvirbohra @priyabanerjee @mantramugdh @payalsodhi @bombaysunshine @kvbentertainment @deepakpachory @Sawai_jaisingh @rajugauli79 @iarijitdatta #audiolabstudio @vibranthuesofficial @alkeshvyas
Similar to how people are currently supporting small-time businesses at the moment, Karanvir requests them to also show love and support towards content and shows and films which don’t have big banners and budgets backing them, but interesting content which definitely is!
Karanvir and his wife Teejay Sidhu also spoke to Bollywood Bubble about spending time with family during this lockdown. Have a look at the chat right here:
Summing up his plea, Karanvir said, “We have all spoken about supporting small businesses, I would say let’s support all content, regardless of their budgets or medium, Let’s give it a chance!”