I am highly critical about myself: Harshad Chopra
Actor Harshad Chopra, who is currently seen on TV show 'Humsafars', says he is very critical about his work and is never satisfied with himself.
New Delhi: Actor Harshad Chopra, who is currently seen on TV show 'Humsafars', says he is very critical about his work and is never satisfied with himself.
Though Harshad is said to be one of the most popular actors on the small screen, the 31-year-old star always finds faults in his performances.
"I rarely like my own work and am critical about my performances. I am not satisfied with my work. Whenever I watch my shows, I feel I could have done better in so many scenes. In fact when I see 'Humsafars', I feel I lack consistency right now. There are scenes where I am good and then there are moments where I am not completely into the scene. I judge myself a lot," Harshad said.
The actor says he feels lucky to be a part of 'Humsafars', which airs on Sony, as his character in the show is well-etched and hopes to do justice to it.
"I am hoping after a few episodes I will be totally into the groove like it happens with other actors. It is the initial period so there is some inconsistency," he said.
Harshad, who has made comeback on TV after two years with the romantic drama, feels nervous about audiences reaction as he has prepared a lot for the role.
"When you work hard, you are more nervous because you know this is the best I can do, this is my best attempt. So, I am feeling anxious. I have worked a lot on my voice modulation for the character because I wanted it to be perfect. In my previous shows, I have had flaws in voice modulation but this time I wanted it to be right," the 'Saubhagyavati Bhava' star said.
Harshad says the self-imposed hiatus, owing to his mother's poor health, did not bother him because he is not an insecure actor.
"I willingly took a break. I never felt insecure that other actors might get ahead of me in that time or I might lose on good projects because my mind was totally into my personal problem. So it did not matter to me that I was away for two years. I was being offered shows so I did not feel out of demand," he said.