Kullfi Kumarr Bajewala's Mohit Malik opens up on being replaced, depression & wife Addite Malik being his rock

Mohit Malik of Kullfi Kumarr Bajewala opens up about his struggling times, and how wife Addite Malik stood by him like a rock. Read on.
Kullfi Kumarr Bajewala's Mohit Malik opens up on being replaced, depression & wife Addite Malik being his rockKullfi Kumarr Bajewala's Mohit Malik opens up on being replaced, depression & wife Addite Malik being his rock
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Mohit Malik is currently busy giving everyone father goals as Sikander in the show Kullfi Kumarr Bajewala. The show is one of the highest rated shows on the Indian television. While rumours of Sikander's character's life on the show are rife, producer Gul Khan had denied the news to us, and now, in an interview with Bombay Times, Mohit has opened up on his struggles, getting replaced on shows, depression and how wife Addite Malik has been his rock throughout. 
 
In the interview, Mohit revealed that acting was never on his mind, but when a director happened to insult him citing him to be a 'bad actor', he took it too seriously and that's when things changed for him. He further revealed that he was replaced by so many actors during his struggling period which left him upset, but his wife Addite was by his side. He said, "There’s always struggle for an actor and it’s more of a mental struggle. Over the years, there were shows that I lost. Even after being cast for a show, I was suddenly replaced; all this takes a toll on you."

 
 
He added, "I got married to Addite in 2010 and we bought a house on loan. I wanted to give her a very comfortable life, but for one-and-a-half years after that, there was no work. I remember Addite had to sell her jewellery to pay the EMI. That phase brought us closer; the way she took care of the house and me was amazing, Our bond grew stronger. Then 'Doli Armaanon Ki' happened (2013) and that gave me a huge boost"
 
He added that the television industry is very difficult and one must not rely on just this profession for money. "Don’t rely on just acting, you have to do something else as well. I have seen so many actors go into depression, including myself. Addite and I got into the restaurant business and that really helped. It now gives me a chance to choose the roles I want to do," he stated. 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Lastly, when asked if Bollywood is the next step for him, Mohit concluded that while he will do whatever interests and challenges him, he has no reasons to quit TV for films. "Sadly, some people from the television industry look down upon the medium. Kuch actors TV se paise kamate hain aur usiko badnaam karte hain. They keep complaining how somebody else is paid more. I can’t relate to such things," he stressed. 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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