When Hrithik Roshan made his debut on a bike in Kaho Na Pyaar Hai, he not only entered the film industry with panache, but he also entered the hearts of millions of girls. Making an entry in a similar fashion but in just a little hatke ishtyle, is the star of Colors' new show Bani-Ishq Da Kalma, actor Adhvik Mahajan. With his chiselled face and macho physique, the actor who was discovered by Ram Gopal Varma and starred in his movie -Contract, is all set make his debut on the small screen in Hrithik Roshan style.
Known to bear a striking resemblance to Hrithik Roshan, this Jalandhar actor is teased quite often on his likeness to the superstar. A source from the sets reveals how he has been mercilessly teased by his co-stars including Shefali Sharma as the Hrithik Roshan of television. Further, while Hrithik entered in a red car to impress Kareena Kapoor in Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham, Adhvik, during the shoot in Punjab, used his red tractor to impress the Punjabi Kudis in his true Punjabi ishtyle. Well versed with his homeland, Adhvik did not miss his chance of taking the ladies around the beautiful state.
A shy Adhvik Mahajan aka Sohum says, “Yes, a lot of people compare me to Hrithik Roshan and it does make me a little conscious. But then I take it in a positive manner as Hrithik is one of the best looking men in the industry and also one of the finest actors, hence this comparison only motivates me to not just be a good looking actor but also a fine actor.”
Shefali Sharma aka Gurbani says, “I feel Adhvik is a complete look alike of Hrithik Roshan, in some of the pictures he looks like a carbon copy of him. We have a great time on the sets teasing him with the name Duggu which is also Hrithik’s pet name in real life. I am a very big fan of Hrithik Roshan and I am sure Adhvik too must be enjoying the comparisons.”
Playing the character of Sohum in Bani-Ishq Da Kalma, Adhvik essays the role of a simple boy next door who is very shy and about conveying his feelings. In this role of a rustic Punjabi boy, Adhvik is sure to create an impression on the audiences with his down to earth and gentlemanly ways.