Karan Kundrra on Dil Hi Toh Hai: It is a family-oriented show, but not a typical daily

Karan Kundrra, who made his debut in the Television with Ekta Kapoor's show Kitani Mohabbat Hai (2009) opposite Kritika Kamra, is back with one more show, Dil Hi Toh Hai.
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Karan Kundrra, who made his debut in the Television with Ekta Kapoor's show Kitani Mohabbat Hai (2009) opposite Kritika Kamra, is back with one more show, Dil Hi Toh Hai. 
 
It’s been 9 years in the industry for Karan. In an interview with Indian Express, he shared, “An actor’s performance gives an insight into all the experiences and emotions he has seen in life. Having spent a good amount of time in the industry, I definitely see a lot of change in me.”
 
Talking about the new show, he said Dil Hi Toh Hai will start a new trend and is not like a daily soap. “It is a family-oriented show, but not a typical daily. This will actually kick-start a new momentum on television with its relatable content. Also, at the end of the day, it’s a love story. Along with television, I also wanted to do a web show, and see I just got plain lucky with the show also airing on ALTBalaji simultaneously,” said Karan. 
 
When asked about his professional bonding with Ekta and Vikas Gupta, he said, “Yes, all my fiction shows have been with Ekta. It’s not that I don’t trust anyone else but it has worked for me pretty well. As for Vikas, we took up a challenge of doing such a different show like Gumrah together. It’s fun to work with him as we keep on experimenting. I am fine with working with anyone, who has good content for me.” 
 
Talking about being constantly under the limelight, Karan remarked, “I don’t understand when people say they are getting too much attention. Didn’t we choose this? I think when fans love you, that’s the gratification of all the hard work. If you are not paid attention, then you aren’t doing a good job. Sometimes things get personal but that can be dealt with. Otherwise, I love all the attention that comes my way.”
 
Karan has made his Bollywood debut. Talking about his career graph, he said, “1921 was my first solo film and it did so well. I am glad that Vikram Bhatt showed trust on me. Love School recently became the most watched show on the channel and now with Dil Hi Toh Hai, I feel fortunate that all my hard work is paying off.” 

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