Bling it on guys…


Having began his profession with Punjabi movies, Angad Hasija is again to his hometown Chandigarh after 15 years to star in a Punjabi present. Playing the character of JD in Tera Rang Chadiya, Angad is completely happy reorganising his private {and professional} life amid the pandemic. Early morning exercises, shoots adopted with household time, life’s on a roll.

“I decided to come back to Chandigarh about two months back when Covid-19 cases started to rise in Mumbai. It made sense to be with my family here. Though cases are on the rise here too, but at least houses are big here,” opens up Angad.

It’s for the primary time that his whole household is collectively. “Being together every day feels like a festival.” The actor of saas-bahu exhibits is that now dwelling with saas-bahu for as soon as. “So far there is no ‘rasode main kaun tha’ scene,” he laughs.

Though affords for Punjabi movies and exhibits have been coming his manner, with Zee Punjabi’s Tera Rang Chadiya Angad determined to take the leap. “I play a superstar JD who is full of himself.” Since the character was completely different from his final, the religious Muslim businessman Arshad Ali Khan within the net collection Ishq Aaj Kal, Angad jumped on the alternative.

“Ishq Aaj Kal has been an amazing journey, not only did I learn Urdu but also how to do namaz. Playing Jimmy Dhillon is a total contrast, but I am up for the challenge.”

While enjoying a celebrity is simply nice, brushing up his Punjabi is Angad’s major concern now. Growing up in Chandigarh, unusually he isn’t properly versed with Punjabi. “My mother always spoke to me in Hindi. When I moved to Mumbai most of my directors, co-stars were Punjabi and knowing that I am from Punjab, talked to me in Punjabi. So, it’s rather safe to say I learnt my Punjabi in Mumbai,” he chuckles. Currently, he’s attempting out the accent. “Getting the accent right is not easy. When I moved to Mumbai, I had to work hard to lose that Punjabi accent when I spoke in Hindi. It’s a reverse journey now!”

Angad has by no means compromised on his health. “Through the lockdown, I have not missed a single day of workout.” Soon after his return to Chandigarh, he arrange a gymnasium on the terrace of his home. “I am not the one to sit and get bored. Now that the lockdown gave me time, I took up everything that I couldn’t do all these years.” He began getting up at four am. “I would start my day with meditation and workout. I delved deep into spiritual books. Spent the afternoons watching shows and evenings with my mother and brother. I can certainly say there was a lot to catch up on.”

From starring in nonetheless well-liked songs Dele Gehra, Akhan Ch Sharab Goriye to enjoying JD, the Alekh Rajvansh of Bidaai is having fun with each bit. “Playing this loud Punjabi star with all his bling shling, I am hoping to win the viewers with Tera Rang Chadiya.”

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