Manish Goplani: It's sad to know that I'll not get to be with Thapki Pyaar Ki's cast and crew who became my family
Manish Goplani talks about Thapki Pyaar Ki.
Actor Manish Goplani who played the protogonist in Colors, Thapki Pyar Ki feels he had been missing one of the house with family in Mumbai since the shoots for the show has terminated.
"Its sad to face the truth that I'll not get the set of Thapki back with the cast and crew who once became my family in Mumbai. However we will surely meet but at end of the day we have to move ahead with something new and the past will only remain in our memories. It was my debut show. I have been earlier a theatre artist. Thapki got me a place to live a life in showbiz. Today after two years I am educated with the knowledge of Camera, lights and all technical improvements. I am blessed with such an experienced." Manish said in his statement. "I am also blessed that with the same show, I got to experience so many shades from a bad boy to a good one. From a mumma' son to romentic man. From a action hero to a rockstar. I am glad that viewers have loved me from the start to end. And I have earn so many fans. Its all because of them I can survive in challenging showbiz for a long time." Manish who played the role of Bihaan Pandey said. "The love and support of my fans will bring me back to screen very soon," he concludes.
Jigyasa Singh, Jaya Bhattacharya and Hunar Hale also played the lead in the show. Recently, the lead actress Jigyasa Singh too penned down a note as she quit the show. She wrote, " "So today was the last day..it has been wrapped..!! I will never forget this beautiful experience..was so lucky to work with such an amazing people who have affected my life greatly. I am so happy to know they will be my family from here on out. To the fans...... what can I say other than..I love you all so much. Thank you for being on this journey with me and giving me so much support. I wouldn't be here without all of you. I'm sad to say BYE as thapki to all...but I'm excited to see what the future holds.."