Playing God: Sumedh Mudgalkar on portraying Lord Vishnu

Mumbai, Oct 13 (IANS): Television actor Sumedh Mudgalkar will be shown playing the role of 'Lord Vishnu' in the upcoming show 'Haathi Ghoda Paalki Jai Kanhaiya Laal Ki'.

The show will revolve around the age-old tales of 'Natkhat Bal Krishna' and take the audience through a scintillating mythological experience.

Sharing his thoughts on the subject of the show, Sumedh says: "It feels great working with a child on the sets of the show; especially when you're shooting with such a cute kid like baby Hazel Kaur. Children are extremely innocent and there is so much you can learn from them. Everything they are and everything they do stands as an example for us to better ourselves with each passing day. I am so grateful for an opportunity like this. It all feels like a blessing".

"When it comes to me, I have to put in so much effort to be able to play my part efficiently but our little Lord Krishna is just so natural with everything. The innocence that the kid carries substantiates that they truly are literal personifications of God himself. The fact that I get to work with a child truly brings me immense pleasure," adds Sumedh, known for shows like 'Dil Dosti Dance', 'RadhaKrishn' and others.

'Haathi Ghoda Paalki Jai Kanhaiya Laal Ki' will start from October 19 on Star Bharat.


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