Bindiya Sarkar fame Dhruv Bhandari talks about his journey in showbiz; says, “The ups and downs prepare you better to face challenges”

Dhruv Bhandari who was final seen in Tere Sheher Mein has returned to tv with Bindiya Sarkar after a break of seven years. The actor is presently essaying the male protagonist Abhay Bhardwaj in Bindiya Sarkar.

Dhruv talked about his affiliation with the present throughout a current interview and shared, “The team representing the channel doesn’t believe in substandard quality in terms of content. In an attempt to dish out the best, they keep everyone on their toes and push us to deliver to the best of our ability. The experience has been great so far.”

Talking concerning the USP of his character, he stated, “There isn’t one, as Abhay is multifaceted. If I have to mention it in a nutshell, then the character is of a dutiful and righteous man. He is calm, composed, and strong irrespective of the situation. On top of that, he is genuine and generous. He has the utmost respect for women.”

He added, “Like Abhay, I, too, respect women. Also, I am almost as calm and composed as him. If I had to point out a difference between Abhay and me, it would be that he is stern and silent, while I am mischievous (smiles).”

Talking about his bond with the co-actors Sonal Khilwani, Neelu Vaghela, Sikander Kharbanda, and Amit Behl, Dhruv stated, “I share a great bond with my co-actor Sonal Khilwani. Being the lead couple, we spend maximum time together. I also share an amazing rapport with my on-screen mother, Neelu Vaghela. My co-actor Sikandar Kharbanda is like a big brother to me and Amit Behl, who plays my father on the show, is also close to me.”

He added, “I feel blessed to have a team that’s so warm and accommodating. We get along so well. A healthy equation is imperative for a healthy work atmosphere on the set.”

Dhruv has been part of the trade for a number of years now. When requested about his journey to this point, he replied, “The ups and downs prepare you better to face challenges. Yes, it is a fiercely competitive industry but I am a sucker for healthy competition, as it pushed me to do better. What I love the most about my profession is that it gives me an opportunity to narrate distinct stories and entertain people across the length and breadth of the country alike. Entertainment doesn’t discriminate!”

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