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Former TV star, Himansh Kohli, on his first big feature film

Published: 11th January 2014 11:34 AM  |   Last Updated: 11th January 2014 11:34 AM   |  A+A-

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HIMANSH KOHLI always knew he wanted to be an actor. He started his career as the protagonist in Humse Hai Life, a college-based TV series. However, the small screen could not contain his dreams and he left the show in 2012 to join the Yaariyan team that also has Nicole Faria and Evelyn Sharma.

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Moral of the story?

I play Lakshya , a chilled-out college guy who runs away from responsibilities and is only concerned about masti. The story is about how he realises his mistakes and matures.

 

Was acting your passion?

I’ve always wanted to be an actor. I’d watch movies, mimic actors, sing and dance. My parents were worried. I knew I wanted to entertain.

 

How did you bag the role?

I entered TV hoping someone would see my work and select me. And that is exactly what happened. I was doing the show when director Divya Khosla Kumar approached me. The auditions went on for a year. In fact, there was a time when I thought I had lost both the show and the movie!

 

On your female fan following.

Most girls think I am cute. I was never a Casanova in college, but I got to play one in the movie. The film is scheduled to release today.

 



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