Mumbai: Waseem Mushtaq, known for portraying positive roles, tells us how he has always been keen to play a negative character on television, the bond he shares with his co stars and more..
For Waseem playing a negative character is something which he always wanted to do and talking about this he says, “I always wanted to do a negative character, but ironically on television your look plays more importance then acting.
Considering my looks and personality I was always offered positive roles but this time when I was offered a negative character I was all excited to explore it. Believe me, I was not even aware about the title of the show when I was offered, the character description was enough for me to give it a nod.”
“The scope to experiment with a negative character is more as compared to a positive character. I can do a lot of things while essaying this character.” He added
Sharing about the bond he has with his co-stars he says, “Luckily I have a very cool bunch of co-stars, they are very supportive. Its good to work with veteran actor like Supriya Pilgaonkar, I used to watch her on-screen during my childhood days. Now it feels great to work with them.”
Being in the industry Waseem has explored different characters and adding to this he says, “There has been a lot of transformation, Bara Batta 24 was my first step towards acting. I learnt how to deliver the dialogues accurately while doing the show Bhagyavidhata. All the shows which I have done till now, has helped me to grow as an actor. Now I am looking forward to do Krantikari a new series on Life OK where I will be seen playing the role of Shiv Verma. It’s a very promising character.”