Exclusive! Mahir Pandhi talks about his new show and what makes his character different, says “You hate him, but you still love him”

Ever since the show ‘Choti Sarrdaarni’ went off air, fans of the handsome hunk have been waiting to watch him on-screen again and audiences will get to see him in a grand new role as Digvijay in Swastik Production’s Vanshaj.
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MUMBAI: Mahir Pandhi is quite the rising star after playing the role of Rajveer in Choti Sardaarni and his chemistry with Nimrit Kaur Ahluwalia was really appreciated. 

Mahir emerged as the winner of Top Model India in 2018. He is also known for his roles in MX Player’s web series ‘Pawan & Pooja’ and Alt Balaji’s web series 'Bebaakee.’

Ever since the show ‘Choti Sarrdaarni’ went off the air, fans of the handsome hunk have been waiting to watch him on-screen again and audiences will get to see him in a grand new role as Digvijay in Swastik Production’s Vanshaj.

ALSO READ: More than a hundred costume styles were tested on the cast of Sony SAB’s ‘Vanshaj’, showcasing the lifestyle of the uber rich Mahajan family

TellyChakkar recently got in touch with the actor to talk about his upcoming new show expectations and more. 

When asked about his new show Vanshaj and what the story is about he said, “The thing is when a person looks strong or dominant, people think that something might be wrong with that person. We are talking about Vanshaj here. It’s a story about inheritance versus capability. So, when we talk about DJ or Digvijay, he is from the Mahajan family, which is a very influential, rich and powerful. DJ, the successor of the family, dreams to sit at the CEO's position one day. So, he has groomed himself for that. To handle an empire like that, you can not do it with someone simple. Digvijay Mahajan is that bright person who can handle it. This is a story where he finds out that there is this other girl has the capacity to snatch that dream away from him. You can call him a grey character, but in his eyes, he is the one being wronged”. 

When asked about the X-factor in his character, he said “When there is an instinct to control the environment, people usually get nervous about it or they fail to understand how to control that situation. Digvijay is that one person who knows that they can handle everything, so there is a suaveness to him. He has a controlled nature with which he says things. It does not stem from anger, but confidence. He gets what he wants. So, the best thing about DJ is that he does not need to get violent or throw tantrums. He just comes in, does what he needs to do and goes away. Some might think of him as a good person, some might not. You hate him, but you still love him.”

Mahir Pandhi returns to TV with Vanshaj after Choti Sarrdaarni and fans are excited to watch him in a new role.

Stay tuned to TellyChakkar for more updates!

ALSO READ: Exclusive! Nimrit Kaur Ahluwalia thanked Mahir Pandhi for his support and felt bad for her eviction, says, “I understand there is a thought process for the makers and they did what they had to as it's their show and I have no hard feelings”

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