We loved him, we hated him and we loved to hate him.Regardless of the way you felt for him, Mihir etched an unforgettable memory in the hearts of Tamanna fans everywhere. As the last episode of the Star Plus game changer show airs tonight, male lead Vishal Gandhi opens up about the evolution of Mihir.
“I am having mixed feelings tonight as the show comes to an end. I am feeling happy to have lived a fruitful journey but feeling sad that it has come to an end. I had signed the show knowing that it was a finite series but with like all thing, one cannot prepare oneself to see an end to good things,”
The evolution of Mihir was interesting, the audiences literally saw fifty shades of Mihir. What is your take on that?
“Mihir is a unique character bestowed upon me by a unique set of people. Tonight, as the last episode airs I would like to thank my director Waseem Sabir who has brought out the best in me as an actor. He has really shaped me and helped me improvise my skill in terms of evoking proper emotions and reactions. I would also like to thank my DOP Vineet Sapru for teaching me brilliant camera techniques, Rekha Vaid of RDP (Ranesh Deo Productions) for being such a wonderful person, and last but not the least – my fans for loving me and hating me at the same time. It was through your growing hatred for Mihir that you showered your love upon me.”
Vishal sums up his experience as negative lead by thanking his intuition by saying,
“Risk well taken.”