Did Paras Kalnawat Just Avoid Question About Anupamaa Cast’s Opinion On His Success? – Apna TPO

Paras Kalnawat, who is currently seen in Kundali Bhagya, rose to fame with his stint on the daily soap Anupamaa. He played the role of Samar Shah but abruptly quit the show after some time. The exact reason for his exit is uncertain, but the actor has, over time, gained a lot of popularity. Recently, he conducted an “Ask me anything” session on Instagram. He addressed interesting questions and made some revelations.

During the “Ask me anything” session with Paras Kalnawat, a fan asked him what his former co-stars from Anupamaa think about the success he has achieved after quitting the show and getting his due. To this, he replied, “I’ll check with them and get back to you soon (thinking face emoji).”

Back in May, Paras Kalnawat hosted a similar Q&A session when a fan asked him the reason behind leaving the successful show Anupamaa. He replied, saying, “I would always be thankful to the makers for giving me such a great show. But yaaron kahin pahunchne ke liye kahin se nikalna zaroori hota hai (it is important to leave a place ro reach somewhere else), and I believe I’m in a much better and peaceful place. Honestly speaking, 80% of the cast would want to exit if given the opportunity. Risk lene ki aur sahi ke liye ladne ki taakat har kisi mein nahi hoti.”

The actor’s statement about 80% of the cast wanting to exit the show if given the chance sparked a viral reaction on the internet. However, Nidhi Shah and Aashish Mehrotra, who also play roles in Anupamaa, refuted his claims. They expressed their contentment with their work and stated that they were happy with their roles in the show.

Following the response from his former co-stars, Paras Kalnawat seemed upset and retaliated in an interview with Hindustan Times. He asserted that they had “backstabbed” him and claimed to possess evidence in the form of message screenshots to substantiate his claims. He even claimed that many others on the show desired to leave due to the “chaotic environment,” but they felt compelled to stay because of their responsibilities.

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