"The character shows some five shades through one role. The look and behaviour in every shade is so different. He is different with different people," Mrunal told IANS.
"I am totally okay with playing this grey character," added the actor, who plays Vishnu in "Uttaran".
When Mrunal signed the show, he was not aware that his character will undergo this transition.
"When I signed the show, I didn't know that the character will turn grey. All these things were added later on to make the show more interesting," said the 27-year-old.
He hopes the audience likes his new avatar.
"The audience is very unpredictable. They may or may not like it. But as an actor, I need to do my job. Now it is up to them how they react to this change," he said.
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lol ut cvs are like that only they tell one thing and do one thing.
but in grey shade also ur great in ut.
but tell cvs we want yuvraj mukta pair wid srj as yuvi. otherwise i have no problem wid vishnu
Edited on:04 January 2013 at 1:03pm
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