is seen as Vella on Jeanne Aur Juju on SAB TV
as well as is seen in Bade Acche Laggte Hai on Sony TV
as Ashwin, Priya's (Saakshi Tanwar) ex-lover keeps coming on and off in Bade Acche..
Speaking about his juggling act of doing comedy at one end and negative in Bade Acche... he said, "I am currently very much tied with Jeannie Aur Juju
, but I am also committed to Bade Acche. Wherever I am called I make sure I go, as I know that I have built the character and its my responsibility. I wish my character in Bade Acche... would have been a daily but even if its once in a month I don't mind doing it. I am very much a part of Bade Acche... and Jeannie Aur Juju
. I haven't quit Bade Acche Lagte Hai
We asked him how does he juggle between both the shows and he says, "The team of Jeannie Aur Juju
is so very cordial that I don't have any issues as compared to the dates or my co stars. I feel it is the best I have got till date. The team of Bade Acche too is mind blowing and working with Ram Kapoor
and Saakshi Tanwar was a brilliant experience altogether."
Talking about the future of television as well as his future Harsh opined, "I would now like to make it in big Bollywood but still television remains my first love. Moreover I feel television now days is marketing driven and we work on a very cut to cut basis. It would be great had we worked on a seasons like Hollywood shows which have seasons that even kills the monotony from both ways."
Continuing about the trends in television Harsh said, "I am also happy with the current change in the trend that most of the shows are now having a great time gap and they have set episodes. the shows are now very strong and I feel that the television medium is very vast and strong. I would also appeal that the audience should also broaden there outlook and look up to different kinds of shows."
Speaking about the marketing aspect of television Harsh said, "The television fraternity is sadly mostly cost efficient and they blindly follow the number game which I feel does not give justice to the audience. I hope that the makers should give the audience a chance to understand the concept and try variation with the plot and subject."
Harsh wants to see a variety of issues on Indian Television which are yet to be explored, "There are various kinds of issues that can be dealt on Indian television like interpersonal relationships of mother-daughter or father-son. I also feel that shows on political issues should be dealt in a realistic way," he ended.
Noble thought Harsh!