Actor Rohit Bhardwaj talks about his upcoming web series Myopia : The Tribune India

Actor Rohit Bhardwaj talks about his upcoming web series Myopia

Actor Rohit Bhardwaj talks about his upcoming web series Myopia


  • You are coming back on screen after a long break. What were you doing?

After Mahabharat, I went to Indonesia and did a few shows there. I was away from the screen for three-four years, but I am happy to be back with Myopia.

  • What is the web series Myopia all about?

The story revolves around the famous Taj Mahal and is a thriller. I am playing the protagonist, Omkar Upadhay, who is a detective. I have also decided to produce the series, as thereis a lot of potential in the story.

  • What special preparations did you make for the role?

I have lost about 10 kg and have put in a lot of hard work. One needs to adapt according to the character.

Your co-star from Mahabharat, Saurav Gurjar, is also a part of this series.

  • How was the reunion?

I am extremely happy to have him in Myopia. He plays the antagonist in the series. Mahabharat was one of the best things that happened in my career.

  • What is your take on censorship of web content?

I am in support of it because unnecessarily abusive language and bold scenes, even where not required, are a problem with web content. There should be some guidelines. Censorship will surely help in filtering the content.

  • What kind of work are you looking at?

I have done theatre and then television shows, short films and now a web series. For me, acting is an emotion. I am looking for a character that will challenge my acting capabilities.

  • How was the lockdown period for you?

Initially, it was scary, but gradually I settled down. I did all the household work andafter a long time, gave time to myself. It was relaxing.

  • What is the philosophy of your life?

It is nice to be important, but it is more important to be nice. Life’s perspective has to be right. 

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