Rrahul Sudhir gained immense popularity through his role in the well-known TV show ‘Ishq Mein Marjawan,’ marking a turning point in his career. Portraying the character of Vansh Raisinghania, he expresses deep gratitude towards the show’s producers, Yash Patnaik and Mamta Patnaik, acknowledging their significant contribution to his success.
During a recent interaction with a prominent portal, Rrahul shares, “Ishq Mein Marjawan has been a game-changer in my career. I will always be thankful to Mr. Vikram Bhatt for offering me my first lead role in ‘Twisted 2.’ That project played a vital role in my artistic growth.”
Rrahul is known for keeping his private life private. Reflecting on his struggles, he explains, “Mostly, bed rest due to a slipped disc kept me away from work. Additionally, the opportunities I managed to secure either got canceled entirely or never released. It seems to be a stroke of bad luck, I suppose.”
Summing up his experience working on the show ‘Tere Ishq Mein Ghayal,’ Rrahul remarks, “As an ever-evolving individual, I am incredibly grateful to my producers for this opportunity. Being in the company of such talented actors and learning from them has been an amazing experience. I can confidently say that I have grown as an actor since my time on ‘Ishq Mein Marjawan.'”
Rrahul has had the privilege of working with Yash and Mamta Patnaik twice and speaks highly of them and their team. He shares, “It all began with what we call ‘beginner’s luck.’ I remember wanting to quit acting and return home when I received the offer for ‘Ishq Mein Marjawan.’ On the first day of the shoot, Mamta ma’am told me, ‘Please forget your past and approach this as if it’s the first project of your life.’ Her words deeply resonated with me, and I never looked back. After the show, I became their first choice for every project they produced, which speaks volumes about the trust they have in me. The only project I was not called for was ‘Tere Ishq Mein Ghayal,’ and now I understand why. They have been there for me during my lowest moments, and I will forever be indebted to them for that,” he expresses with emotion.
Meanwhile, Rrahul believes that the rise of OTT platforms has been a wonderful phenomenon. He states, “The ‘OTT boom’ may sound like a significant shift, but it isn’t. The same audience now has access to more engaging and intense content on OTT platforms, and they have clearly embraced it. Television needs to adapt its approach and cater to a larger audience across India if it wants to survive in these times,” he opines.