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My wife loves my rugged look: Barun Sobti (TV Snippets)

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Actor Barun Sobti, who has a chocolate boy image, will be seen sporting a rugged and messy look in "Iss Pyaar Ko Kya Naam Doon". His wife Pashmeen loves the avatar.

"Pashmeen loves the unshaved appearance. My previous roles always required a simple look and I couldn't experiment much. With this show, I've finally been able to get this look, and it's interesting. The response from the audience too has been fabulous," Barun, who will play Advay Singh Raizada - an ambitious anti-hero, said in a statement.

The Star Plus show will see him romancing actress Shivani Tomar, who will be seen as Chandni.

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Manish Goel takes sessions for voice modulation

Television actor Manish Goel, who will be seen as Vikrant in the upcoming revenge drama "Inteqam Ek Masoom Ka", has used a special voice modulation skill to add a unique touch to his character.

"I am taking sessions for voice modulation as there are various shades to my character. The tone of my character requires the grip and hence I am working on it," Manish said in a statement.

Manish is playing the main antagonist, who has several shades to his character. He is also working on his laughter and is adapting to various tones for the same.

"I have worked on my laughter as I am playing a negative role. I am waiting for it to go on air soon," he added about the Life OK show.

--IANS

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(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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My wife loves my rugged look: Barun Sobti (TV Snippets)

Actor Barun Sobti, who has a chocolate boy image, will be seen sporting a rugged and messy look in "Iss Pyaar Ko Kya Naam Doon". His wife Pashmeen loves the avatar.

Actor Barun Sobti, who has a chocolate boy image, will be seen sporting a rugged and messy look in "Iss Pyaar Ko Kya Naam Doon". His wife Pashmeen loves the avatar.

"Pashmeen loves the unshaved appearance. My previous roles always required a simple look and I couldn't experiment much. With this show, I've finally been able to get this look, and it's interesting. The response from the audience too has been fabulous," Barun, who will play Advay Singh Raizada - an ambitious anti-hero, said in a statement.

The Star Plus show will see him romancing actress Shivani Tomar, who will be seen as Chandni.

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Manish Goel takes sessions for voice modulation

Television actor Manish Goel, who will be seen as Vikrant in the upcoming revenge drama "Inteqam Ek Masoom Ka", has used a special voice modulation skill to add a unique touch to his character.

"I am taking sessions for voice modulation as there are various shades to my character. The tone of my character requires the grip and hence I am working on it," Manish said in a statement.

Manish is playing the main antagonist, who has several shades to his character. He is also working on his laughter and is adapting to various tones for the same.

"I have worked on my laughter as I am playing a negative role. I am waiting for it to go on air soon," he added about the Life OK show.

--IANS

dc-nn/rb/bg

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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My wife loves my rugged look: Barun Sobti (TV Snippets)

Actor Barun Sobti, who has a chocolate boy image, will be seen sporting a rugged and messy look in "Iss Pyaar Ko Kya Naam Doon". His wife Pashmeen loves the avatar.

"Pashmeen loves the unshaved appearance. My previous roles always required a simple look and I couldn't experiment much. With this show, I've finally been able to get this look, and it's interesting. The response from the audience too has been fabulous," Barun, who will play Advay Singh Raizada - an ambitious anti-hero, said in a statement.

The Star Plus show will see him romancing actress Shivani Tomar, who will be seen as Chandni.

-*-

Manish Goel takes sessions for voice modulation

Television actor Manish Goel, who will be seen as Vikrant in the upcoming revenge drama "Inteqam Ek Masoom Ka", has used a special voice modulation skill to add a unique touch to his character.

"I am taking sessions for voice modulation as there are various shades to my character. The tone of my character requires the grip and hence I am working on it," Manish said in a statement.

Manish is playing the main antagonist, who has several shades to his character. He is also working on his laughter and is adapting to various tones for the same.

"I have worked on my laughter as I am playing a negative role. I am waiting for it to go on air soon," he added about the Life OK show.

--IANS

dc-nn/rb/bg

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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