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Gaurav Chopra: Digital entertainment space is blossoming

Actor Gaurav Chopra, who plays a pivotal role in the new web-series "Hello Mini", says that although cinema is changing, the digital space is where more experimental work is being done, and this is the reason many actors consider the medium to be the next big thing.

"I must say that the digital entertainment space is becoming much more interesting than cinema because the rules are lesser. Yes, cinema is changing but the digital space is blossoming, and that is why it is more attractive for actors interested in experimentation.

Earlier, after TV, the next big thing was film, because it was glamorous. Film is still glamorous and a lot of experimental work is also happening in the medium. but an actor like me is getting more offers from the web space," Gaurav told Ians.

Gaurav has appeared in web series such as "Love Lust and Confusion" and "Foreplay". He
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'Bigg Boss 13': Rashami Desai to reconcile her friendship with Sidharth Shukla

Actors Rashami Desai and Sidharth Shukla have been seen giving cold vibes to each other since they entered the "Bigg Boss 13" house on Sunday. Before the reality show, they have acted together in the daily soap "Dil Se Dil Tak", and it seems their past experience working with each other wasn't good.

When Rashami got to know that Sidharth is her "bed partner" on the show, she seemed a little uncomfortable.

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But now the "Uttaran" fame actress is ready to reconcile her friendship with Sidharth.

In the upcoming episode of "Bigg Boss", Rashmi will reportedly be seen talking about her equation with Sidharth.

Opening up to the housemates Aarti Singh and Paras Chhabra, Rashami will be seen telling that they both had some professional conflicts and hence they did not cross each other's paths. But
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Bigg Boss 13: Rashami Desai on marriage rumours

Actress Rashami Desai has denied rumours that she will get married inside the "Bigg Boss" house this season. A recent report in a city supplement stated "Uttaran" actress Rashami might tie the knot with boyfriend Arhaan Khan inside the house during her stay on "Bigg Boss 13", which started airing on Sunday night.

While Rashami entered the house on Sunday night, Arhaan is reportedly expected to join her in a few weeks.

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Quizzed on the subject, Rashami told Ians: "I really want to know who is spreading these rumours. I am a mature woman and I know how to take decisions. I don't understand why someone would do this. This is a very stupid rumour. It is (marriage) such a beautiful thing. If I get married, I will let people know about it in a beautiful way. I won't be committing a crime.
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Gaurav Chopraa feels TV is actress' medium

Actor Gaurav Chopraa says the television medium all over the world is ruled by women. Indian channels air many shows with the cast led by women. Asked if TV is an actress' medium, Gaurav told Ians here: "Television... all over the world. There is a very simple reason for that. They (the makers) see that the women audience has a stronger part. Hence, they make women the protagonist.

"A lot of times it's a little lopsided in terms of creative and emotional balance, but then it is just business. Everyone wants to make money and successful shows," added the "Left Right Left" actor.

The "typical regressive family drama" show is something that he doesn't want to get into.

"I have always stayed away from that and tried to do different shows. Even in a show like 'Uttaran', my track was not a regular one. The joke on the
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Tina Dutta buried the hatchet with Mohit Malhotra

Actress Tina Dutta, who alleged that her "Daayan" co-star Mohit Malhotra touched her inappropriately during the shoot of their show, says they have now "ironed out the differences". "Mohit and I have ironed out the differences. We have concluded to make a new start. I don't have any issues working with him. Our on-screen chemistry works for the show and (we) shall maintain a professional environment for the betterment of the show," Tina, popular for the show "Uttaran", said in a statement.

"I am happy that our audience has liked the show ('Daayan') and I am sure this new start will be appreciated by all and will put a rest to any further speculation," she added.

Tina had earlier claimed that Mohit was warned by the makers to keep his behaviour in check.

The show "Daayan", a supernatural drama series, is created by Ekta Kapoor under Balaji Telefilms.

Tina said
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TV actors feel the need to get their names on the shows

Actor Shashank Vyas has recently raised the issue of how actors? names should be included in the credits of their shows. This is what other TV actors need to say about this.

Krishna Bhardwaj:

I have no issues with my name not part of the credentials. We live in the Internet world where every fact and figure is available. We are actors and we always are seen on screen. Credentials require the names of people working off the screen like directors, editors, cameramen, setting, makeup, spot and so on. It's them who need more credits than us actors. So, I don't feel it's important to have actors? names in the credits. People can find out actors? names on the Internet.

Adaa Khan:

Actors are a very important part of any show. We give our 100 percent work for nearly 12-14 hrs a day. We dedicate ourselves fully to the show we are doing.
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