Actor Amol Parashar will soon be seen in a film titled,' Aapkey Kamrey Mein Koi Rehta Hai'

Mar 29, 2017 - 09:57 hrs IST
Actor Amol Parashar will soon be seen in a film titled,' Aapkey Kamrey Mein Koi Rehta Hai'

Actor Amol Parashar who has played Chitvan in TVF's Tripling will soon be seen with co-star Swara Bhaskar and Sumeet Vyas for an upcoming film, 'Aapkey Kamrey Mein Koi Rehta Hai'.
For Amol Parashar, an IIT Delhi student working in Pune ended up on the sets of Yash Raj Films for ' Rocket Singh ' filming opposite Ranbir Kapoor. His entire journey in Bollywood turned out to be so unreal that life changed for the young actor when he got into acting in films.

Amol Parashar soon became a known face in the advertising world and eventually got scope on the digital platform as well. His character in the TVF's Tripling made him popular and a heartthrob of many younger generations .

The young actor will be once again seen on another web series titled ' Bisht Please'.Considering Amol has already worked on the three visual mediums , Films, TVCs and Web , the actor feels working in advertisement still is a fancy, there is more money and lots of time to shoot. One needs to shoot only a 30 second ad in a day. For films one has to generally shoot for 3 to 4 minutes in a single day.. In Web series, budgets are not very great and you get to shoot just 5 or 10 minutes. so considering the speed of the shoot and time involved , Advertisements are specific. 2016 saw an explosion on digital platform says the young budding actor and went on to list out few factors that result with filmmakers and production houses turning towards web series.

If there's a money issue or a production issue then the first thought comes to your mind is making a web series. He also admits that there are lot of people out there who are so very creative and making short films for the web series and there is nobody to question you, its a hassle free of censorship or there is no release date. Just find an appropriate day for your short film and place it on You Tube, added Amol.