Kabhi Kabhie Ittefaq Sey’s Ankit Bathla On Facing Difficulties To Enter Bollywood: We Are Treated Differently

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Ankit
Bathla,
who
is
all
set
to
enter
in
the
Star
Plus
show

Kabhi
Kabhie
Ittefaq
Sey

as
a
new
hero,
opened
up
about
facing
difficulties
to
enter
Bollywood.
Recently,
in
an
interview
with
ETimes
TV,
Ankit
revealed
that
he
was
busy
with
his
Bollywood
commitment
for
one
year.
Hence,
when
he
was
offered
the
show,
he
quickly
said
yes
to
the
same.

When
asked
about
the
perception
about
TV
actors
in
Bollywood,
he
said
that
they
are
treated
differently.
While
speaking
about
facing
difficulties
to
enter
Bollywood,
Ankit
Bathla
said,
“It’s
the
fact
that
TV
actors
get
to
hear
these
statements
that
you
are
too
exposed
on
television
shows
and
we
can’t
cast
you.
I
remember
when
I
used
to
go
for
film
meetings
I
used
to
literally
hear
people
saying
“arre
ye
toh
television
actor
hai”.
We
are
treated
differently.
I’ve
literally
walked
out
of
a
meeting
saying
that
television
actors
work
a
lot
harder
as
compared
to
anyone
else.
We
are
trained
differently
and
work
under
stressful
conditions,
unlike
films.
We
don’t
get
so
much
time
to
prepare
for
a
role
or
do
workshops,
we
get
scripts
practically
just
before
the
shot.
I’ve
worked
in
a
show
called

Bhagonwali

which
was
my
first
show
and
at
that
time
I
was
once
told
a
scene
likhe
nahi
hai
Aur
print
karne
ka
time
bhi
nahi
hai,
ye
lines
hai
just
read
this
and
go
and
perform.
Can
a
person
who
has
only
done
films
do
that
I
doubt?
After
theatre,
I
think
television
is
the
only
place
where
you
test
the
actor’s
grit.
I’ve
actually
walked
out
of
a
meeting
saying
that.
But
I
am
glad
things
are
changing.
There
are
a
lot
of
actors
from
television
who
have
moved
to
films
and
web
series
is
a
platform
which
I
think
has
bridged
the
gap
between
television,
films
and
ads.”

On
the
other
hand,
he
feels
that
things
are
changing
due
to
the
growth
in
the
digital
world.
He
also
cited
examples
of
many
TV
actors
such
as
Deepika
Singh,
Mrunal
Thakur,
Radhika
Madan
and
the
late
Sushant
Singh
Rajput,
who
made
their
marks
in
Bollywood.
Ankit
Bathla
also
said
that
his
character
is
driven
by
passion,
and
he
is
also
quite
similar
to
it
in
his
real
life.

For
the
unversed,

Kabhi
Kabhie
Ittefaq
Sey

is
currently
being
trolled
for
showing
bigamy
track.
While
reacting
to
the
criticism,
Ankit
Bathla
said,
“Trolling
I
think
is
part
of
an
audience
reaction.
As
an
actor
if
you
get
adulation,
you
should
love
it
but
trolling
also
means
that
the
audience
is
watching
you
and
kind
of
has
an
opinion
about
you.
So
not
having
an
opinion
is
better
than
people
at
least
having
an
opinion.
Good
or
bad
it
is
part
of
an
actor’s
journey
and
in
real
life
also
such
things
happen.
Bigamy
is
something
which
exists
in
certain
parts
of
the
country
even
though
it
is
illegal
or
legal
I
don’t
want
to
get
into
that.
The
point
here
is
it
exists
in
our
society.
Trolling
and
adulation
are
both
parts
of
an
actor
or
story
writer’s
journey.”

Talking
about
Ankit
Bathla,
the
actor
has
worked
in
shows
such
as

Bhagonwali,
Mata
Ki
Chowki,
Hum,
Beta
Hi
Chahiye,
Ek
Veer
Ki
Ardaas
Veera,
Thapki
Pyar
Ki,
Ghar
Ek
Mandir,
Naagin
4

and
so
on.
Coming
back
to

Kabhi
Kabhie
Ittefaq
Sey
,
the
show
also
stars
Yesha
Rughani,
Riya
Bhattacharjee,
Kanwarjit
Paintal,
Yamini
Singh,
Rajeev
Kumar,
Nishigandha
Wad,
Mehul
Nisar
and
others
in
key
roles.

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