Prepared veteran Akhilendra Mishra may be best associated with his part as Arjan in Lagaan, Chandrashekhar Azad in The Legend of Bhagat Singh and a couple of others. Be that as it may, the entertainer has been a consistent in the TV business too having done probably the most notable parts on the little screen.
Jobs like Kroor Singh in Chandrakanta and Ravan in the Gurmeet Choudhary starrer Ramayan has certainly made Mishra seal his inheritance also. What’s more, it has been a long time since Mishra featured in any TV project yet he is undoubtedly good to go to make his return soon where he has been roped in to play the rival in Ved Raj’s forthcoming show, Sahiba. The show is set against a Muslim scenery and Mishra will play the foe, which will be not quite the same as what we ordinarily see on TV shows.
Sources proposed that Mishra’s negative person will be one like never-seen on the little screen. The remainder of the projecting is in progress and the shoot is set to be start soon also. On his part, Mishra disclosed to ETimes TV, “I haven’t heard the job yet and we are as yet in talks. It will require some investment for things to get concluded and consequently, I will not have the option to remark on it at this point.”The entertainer called TV medium his first love as he said, “I’m from the venue foundation. Afterward, I began acting in TV shows, and afterward I moved to films. I was from TV for quite a while after Chandrakanta finished in 1995. I got back to the little screen with Anand Sagar’s Ramayan in 2008. Nonetheless, I have a fondness for TV. Television mein hit bhi meri zarrorat padi hai ya mujhe yaad kiya gaya hai, maine kabhi na nahi kiya hai. That is on the grounds that whatever I am today is a direct result of the little screen. It guarantees clean diversion and makes shows that can be watched with your family.”