Naman says, "I was never good at accounts. But as luck would have it in Jeet Jayenge Hum I played a person who teaches accounts. I never could handle accounts in my real life, teaching it was completely out of question. But I guess that's the beauty of this profession. What you can't do in real life you can fulfill in reel life."
Elaborating on his character, Naman says, "In Rakt Sambandh, I play the character of Neeraj Joginder, the son of an accountant. Once again, the subject which gave me so much tension has got itself associated with me (laughs)."
Naman adds, "Neeraj is a modern guy who you'll see in half-sleeved shirts mostly. He has various shades to his character and there is a point when you will see him weeping too."
Explaining his abrupt exit from Jeet Jayenge Hum, Naman says, 'It was decided from the very beginning that my role would be a cameo. That I won't be shown for more than two months. So it wasn't like I left the show with any bitterness. It was a pre-decided issue and I signed up for the show knowing full well my character's depth."
We wish Naman Shaw good luck for his new show.
Reporter and Author: Susan Jose