New Delhi: He entered television when it was going through its golden phase, but popular TV actor Aman Verma feels that the small screen has now become a women`s domain and men are merely used as showpieces in most shows."Men have nothing to do in Indian TV apart from standing with a straight face, until and unless you`re playing a negative character," said Aman, who forayed into serials way back in 1993 with "Pachpan Khambe Lal Deewarein"."I prefer playing negative characters, at least on television, because such characters are more believable," the actor told IANS on the phone from Mumbai.
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