MUMBAI: Romit Sharma, known for television shows like Kuch Rang Pyar Ke Aise Bhi and Warrior High, believes that actresses are doing justice to television screen since the first day fiction started.
“I don’t think male actors can lead television screen over females. I feel actresses are doing absolute justice to television shows, not just from today but since the time Indian fiction shows ever started. I still remember Mandira Bedi from Shanti – Ek Aurat Ki Kahani. It’s not wrong to say that women are the captain of the ship that we sail in,” Romit said.
Romit, who last played a negative role committing domestic violence in Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai states that he wants to play a hero in the near future.
Elaborating further, he said, “In comparison to the protagonist, a negative character always has a wider range of emotions and expressions to portray on-screen. However, no matter what a hero does on-screen, he is always loved by his audience. Therefore, for the love of acting, negative character will always be closer to my heart but for the sake of love, I will definitely want to play a hero on-screen.”