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Vishal Karwal 
Lord Krishna in Dwarkadheesh - Bhagwaan 
Shree Krishn 
I don't work out just because I am an actor. I have been visiting the gym for the last four years. Though I have a hectic shoot schedule, I exercise every day. In fact, I've been to the gym even at 2 am on some occasions. I stay fit to be happy physically and mentally. I am passionate about working out - it is not a stressbuster but something I enjoy doing. Irrespective of my profession, I'd have always maintained my six abs. Currently, I have stopped working on my abs as it wouldn't go too well with my current character. 


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I dictate & that doesn't go down well: Vishal Karwal


TV actor Vishal Karwal talks about his life's mantra and the things that give him a high:-

Has preparation for your role in "Dwarkadheesh Bhagwan Shri Krishn" been a phase wherein you had to learn to unlearn your approach towards acting? 


To an extent, yes. "Dwarkadheesh" on Imagine TV is not a typical Hindi daily soap. Be it usage of pure Hindi, pauses while delivering the dialogues and body language (especially movement of hands), each aspect has been dealt with differently.


Will you be speaking in Sanskrit as well? 


I haven't recited any shloka in Sanskrit till now, but it is expected to happen in future. I remember when I watched "Mahabharat" as a kid, I never understood a few things because of the language. However, in "Dwarkadheesh'" our attempt has been to keep the language comprehensible. We all know how difficult Sankrit is.


With TV shows being pulled off air for no reason, do you ever feel cheated, especially when you know you are not responsible for it? 


I think of my current show as my last assignment. I have always been a positive person. So I don't let such things bother me. Only if we open our minds to positive behaviour, can we expect positive outcomes. Same applies to personal lives. If a relationship doesn't work, it is best to learn from it and move on in life. Fortunately, I have never cried myself to sleep. I'm not that emotional a guy! Maybe, this attitude has got more to do with one's gender rather than an individual's choice.


You said you have mood swings, would it be difficult to handle an equally moody partner? 


I'm very moody. There are moments when I don't feel like answering my phone. My friends often say I do things the way I want and I don't listen to what other people have to say. But that's how I am. I have always been an independent person. I dictate things and that doesn't go down too well with others. In a nutshell, I'm a typical Scorpion. I don't see any issues in getting a moody partner. I don't nag anyone. It is great if you don't interfere in people's lives. Live and let live is the mantra for a happy life. But what's equally important are the rest of the plans I want to focus on.



What are those plans?

 
There's a lot I would like to work on. I'm planning to set up a boarding school soon in an attempt to contribute to the society. And I would never want the kids to cram concepts. Besides that, I'm a certified pilot and I still have a decade left to take up the profession. No drug or alcohol can give me the high which landing a plane can. It is the same feeling I get when I act.

 


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Priya Bhatija down with illness


Wednesday, July 13, 2011 | 9:07:21 PM IST (+05:30 GMT)   Comments 18 Comments
Priya Bhatija down with illness

Priya Bhatija suffering from food poisoning

After giving a series of names in the list of actors who are unwell, one more name gets added.

Priya Bhatija who is presently shooting in Baroda for her show on Imagine,Dwarkadheesh - Bhagwaan Shree Krishna, is down with illness.

A source states, "Priya was down with fever a few days back and now she is suffering from food poisoning as well. She is still shooting under strict medication."

We tried calling Priya, but she was unavailable for comments.

We wish Priya a speedy recovery and we wish all the actors to take care of their health.

After all Health is Wealth…

Reporter and Author: Ranjini Nair

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Vishal Karwal's mood swings



 
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Vishal Karwal's mood swings
Vishal Karwal might be enjoying playing Lord Krishna in Dwarkadheesh currently and his good looks and dimples might have charmed you but this independent model turned actor claims to be a very moody person. "I want to live and let live and don't tolerate when people interfere in my life," he says. Apparently he has always been independent and being a Scorpion [sun sign], he doesn't like to be told what to do in life.

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(Source:- http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/entertainment/tv-/My-role-is-a-blessing-Priya-Bathija/articleshow/9258453.cms

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My role is a blessing: Priya Bathija

Tanya Datta, TNN | Jul 18, 2011, 12.00am IST


For someone who is just four shows old in the industry, opting to play a mythological character may not sound a very good option. But for Priya Bathija, who debuted with Khwaish, is brimming with optimism. 

She feels playing Rukmini in Dwarkad-heesh onImagine TV is the opportunity of a lifetime. The actress says, "A lot of people do not know about Lord Krishna's life after marriage. Everyone just goes talking about the love life of Radha and Krishna. In fact, his wife Rukmani, the character that I play in the serial, is an avatar of Goddess Laxmi. I feel blessed to play such a character since I was chosen amongst so many girls." 

So did she undergo some sort of preparation? "No. We incorporate a lot of Sanskrit words in our dialogues and we hardly know their meanings. I haven't really taken any diction classes for this serial even though the Hindi used is chaste. But the creative team has been a blessing. The entire unit and crew are very helpful and we have managed to deliver our lines with perfection," she adds. 

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Puneet Issar's comeback to Tv


Puneet Issar remembered for his most popular avatar on the small screen that of Duryodhana in the TV adaptation of Mahabharata, will return to tv after more than a decade. He makes a comeback to tv with yet another mythological character Jarasandh in the Imagine's new show Dwarkadheesh: Bhagwaan Shree Krishn.

Talking about his experience of playing the evil personality of Jarasandh inDwarkadheesh, Puneet says, "I am really enjoying playing the role of Jarasandh, a very important character which not many people are aware of. Also, I am glad to be a part of a show which is shot on such a large scale and thank Imagine TV and Sagar Production for giving me an opportunity to play a mythological character after a long time. Jarasandh is a very interesting character and undoubtedly a challenging role to perform since he was born half and half to two mothers, who disowned him; later he was joined into one whole human being by Jara (rakshasi), hence known as Jarasandh. Hence, he will be depicted with a dual personality - one aggressive and the other almost cowardly."

Imagine TV seems to have certainly roped in the right artiste for the right character. We hope that audiences will love Puneet Issar in this role. Don't forget to watchDwarkadheesh: Bhagwaan Shree Krishn is telecasted every Monday to Friday at 08.00pm on Imagine TV.


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Dwarkadhish Bhagwan Shri Krishna



A good lesson in mythology

Monday to Thursday 8.00 pm, Imagine TV

Nitish Bhardwaj played Krishna so beautifully in BR Chopra's Mahabharat that it's unimaginable to see any other actor in that 'immortal' role. But Vishal Karwal, Imagine's new Dwarkadhish, just about manages to fit into the part. With a cheeky, naughty smile and dimples to boot, Vishal does remind you of Bhardwaj and captures the naughty spirit of the Lord but sadly enough, he doesn't get the 'emotional' sur right. Maybe it's early days yet, maybe those royal mojris are mighty to fill in, maybe it's too big a role to do justice to but something is amiss for sure. More about that later!

Dwarkadhish Bhagwan Shri Krishna, as the title suggests, is about Krishna, who lives inDwarka, his exploits on the battlefield, his calculative bent of mind, his victory over his enemies (from Kans to Kalyavan, Shishupal, Jarasandh and Rukmi, to name a few) through sheer ingenuity, his bond with Balaram and his warm relationship with the people of his kingdom. Fortunately, there are no cute tales about his makhanchori and his flirting withRadha and the gopiyan, something we have seen ad nauseam in other shows on the Lord.

Now for what works and what doesn't for the show. Dwarkadhish is lavishly mounted, you have actors in elaborate costumes and palaces done up ostentatiously, perfect and picturesque but most of it seems to be computer generated, and sticks out like a sore thumb, taking away the soul from the proceedings. For instance, there was a battle sequence between the mighty Jarasandh and Krishna and Balarama, which had the two brothers climbing a mountain while Jarasandh's soldiers set it on fire in a bid to kill them…what could have been exciting to watch was let down by some tacky computer graphics. The images looked disjointed and the action seemed to be happening at one place while the protagonists were in another, it didn't look like a whole and that took the joy away completely from the scene.

Also, the actors cast in key roles is another sore point. Except for Puneet Issar as Jarasandh (Issar's broad frame takes away 95 per cent of my TV screen), other actors like the podgy, expressionless Balaram and the mouse-like Rukmini or the apology of an actor cast as the warrior Shishupal have neither the personality nor the magnetism to pull off those big roles.

Last but not the least, Vishal as Dwarkadhish, is extremely easy on the eye, but he needs to get his dialogue-delivery right, and modulate his voice instead of just parroting the lines. However, Dwarkadhish is still a notch above the tame fare that passes of as primetime entertainment. It's a good lesson in mythology for children. At least, my son thinks so.

Verdict:

Watch it, nothing to lose.




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"I am blessed to play Rukmini"- Priya Bhatija

Sunday, July 31, 2011 | 11:30:37 AM IST (+05:30 GMT)   Comments 18 Comments
"I am blessed to play Rukmini"- Priya Bhatija

TellyBuzz in conversation with Priya Bhatija who plays the gorgeous Rukmini in Dwarkadheesh - Bhagwaan Shree Krishna

Priya Bhatija could undoubtedly be called as the chosen one as she is playing one of the most prominent characters in the Indian mythology. She is playing Rukmini in Imagine'sDwarkadheesh - Bhagwaan Shree Krishna

There are only a few blessed ones who are as lucky as her. Let us hear it from Priya what she really feels portraying such an spic character.

How is it playing your first role in a Mythological show?
This is my first mythological show and I am completely enjoying the role.

What are the preparations that you did for the role?
Actually I did not really know about the proper history of Krishna and Rukmini. Hence I read about she being the Avtar of Laxmi and how she was the first wife of Krishna etc. There are very few television shows that actually showed the life of Sri Krishna.

Have you seen the performance of Channa Ruparal in the earlier Mahabharata?
Not really.

What challenges are you facing while portraying Rukmini?
The only challenge that I faced initially was the pronunciation of the Sanskrit words that were incorporated in the dialogues. But today I am used to it. Another main challenge for me is to carry the heavy costume and jewellery that I wear every day. I feel that I am getting ready for my marriage every day. But at the end of the day I am glad that I look mind blowing on screen. 

Doing a mythological role does not fall into everyone's kitty. You are one of the lucky ones.
Yes, I am the chosen one in this regard and I am glad that lot have been invested in the show for its best execution.

What are the traits where you can relate to Rukmini?
Frankly speaking, I have not really much thought about it. Priya is subtle like Rukmini, but at the same time her reaction depends on the situation.

A memorable moment from the show?
All the moments with Vishal (Vishal Karwal), Hemant (Hemant Chadha) and Gauri (Gauri Harmit Kaur) are memorable. People on the sets pamper me by giving me chocolates every day. I remember when I fell ill initially, Vishal bought nice chocolates for me.

What were the learning experiences from the role and the show?
For me every day is a learning experience. From the past six years I have been learning every hour and every minute. When you work with different directors, there will be a lot to learn. 

You have already worked with Imagine before. How has the association been?
I have worked with Imagine earlier during Basera and Baba Aiso Varr Dhundo. It's like coming back home where I met my old friends. 

How spiritual are you in real?
I do believe in God, but I am not that kind of a person who always goes to the temple and pray. I pray by heart.

How is the experience shooting in Baroda?
It is really hot here but at the same time I am getting some time for myself. I reach within 20 minutes back to my room which was impossible in Mumbai. Initially I felt a little weird about this, but I am enjoying that as well.

Do you miss the buzz of Mumbai?
Yes, of course I do miss it very badly.

What is the routine that you have there?
I get up in the morning and by 9:30 I am on the sets for shoot. In the evening I reach by 9:30 and I make it a point to watch my episode after freshening up. There is a repeat telecast that is shown after the normal time.

Being in Baroda what do you miss more?
I miss all my friends and family, the vada pav, pav baji and all the food there. Here we get dhoklas and khakhras.

You really have loud and colourful attire, does it take a long time to get dressed up and are you feeling comfortable?
It nearly takes almost an hour to get dressed up. Though it is heavy, I am really happy that I am looking really beautiful in the attire.

What was the reaction of your parents when they came to know that you are going to play Rukmini?
They were really happy and my father said you are blessed to play Rukmini.

What would you like to tell your fans?
I would like you to watch the show because we are not showing a fiction story here. There is a lot of study that has gone into it. Kindly watch the show.

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