Isn't your new show, Dill Mill Gaye, a sequel to Sanjivani? No, it's not. There are only two similarities between the shows: the name of the hospital, and Dr Shashank (Mohnish Behl). Apart from that, everything is different. Tell us about your character - Dr Armaan Malik? Armaan is from an affluent fam- ily, his father is a big shot. Armaan is a typical flirt but is also quite serious about his career. I think we're similar. Hmm.. he sounds quite like Dr Rahul from Sanjivani. Really? Frankly I haven't followed , that show, so I wouldn't know. In any case, most heroes have the same basic characteristics, don't they? Come to think of it, Dill Mill Gaye sounds a little like Scrubs too.. Look, one is bound to draw par- allels between Dill.. and Scrubs because both shows are about medical interns. But Dill Mill Gaye has a lot more drama and emotion for the Indian audience. You left Parrivar as abruptly as you joined it. Were there problems with the production house? No, not at all. My role was restricted to a cameo due to time constraints. What about Solah Singarr? Why did you quit? I didn't think twice before quit- ting Solah Singarr. It was a nice show but my character just was not taking shape. You started off with Balaji Telefilms' Kitni Mast Hain Zindagi.. any more shows with them? I did Kasautii Zindagi Kay for a while. I was supposed to be the lead in Khawish, but things did- n't work out. Any regrets, so far? Well, I think I could have done more work. What about films? I will be seen in Brahm and Saurabh Shukla's I am 24. Are you seeing anyone? Yes. I've been dating Shraddha Nigam for a while now. We're great friends and bond very well.. okay? What about marriage? Na, we haven't thought about that yet. Are you in touch with Barkha Bisht, your former girlfriend? Yeah, we do bump into each oth- er once in a while. We didn't part ways on a good note.. nobody does, come to think of it. But we've got to move on, right?