CONFIRMED! 'Beyhadh' actor Sumit Bhardwaj set to enter 'Nazar'!
In 'Nazar', Sumit Bhardwaj's character will be shown controlling minds of others.
Monalisa in 'Nazar' (Photo: Star Plus)
The TV actor, who is best known for playing the role of Kushal Tandon's step brother 'Ayaan' in Sony TV's 'Beyhadh', will reportedly play a positive and powerful character in 'Nazar'. His character will be shown controlling minds of others.
Sumit Bhardwaj (Photo: Instagram)
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Confirming his entry in 'Nazar', Sunit Bahrdwaj told Tellychakkar that, "It's an extremely powerful and positive character. His superpower is that he can control minds with just an eye contact. What's interesting about this guy is that he will be misunderstood, and hence, I will get a lot of depth in the character to play with. People will think of him to be a bad guy in the beginning, only to like him eventually. He is also an introvert, and has girls going mad over him."
Sumit with Jennifer, Kushal & other 'Beyhadh' co-stars (Photo: Instagram)
On the professional front, Sumit Bhardwaj made his TV debut Colors' 'Shastri Sisters' and went on to feature in 'Silsila Pyaar Ka', 'Ayushman Bhava' among others and was last seen playing the important character of 'Dharam' in Karishma Tanna & Vivek Dahiya's 'Qayamat Ki Raat' Whereas, 'Nazar' will be his second show in the super natural genre after 'Qayamat Ki Raat'
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