Vijayendra Kumeria, who played Armaan in Mose Chhal Kiye Jaaye, the anti-hero about the decision to wind up the show.
Of late, Sony TV’s Mose Chhal Kiye Jaaye has been in the news. The show that stars Vidhi Pandya and Vijayendra Kumeria is all set to go off-air. Recently, Vidhi had confirmed the same. Now, Vijayendra, who plays Armaan, the anti-hero recently opened up about the decision of makers to wind up the show which is all set to complete six months.
The actor revealed that although he knew it was a finite series, he feels the longevity of the show depends on the consistency maintained in terms of the main concept. He feels that the show would have got good numbers if they had stuck to the original concept. Also Read: YouTuber Gaurav Taneja AKA Flying Beast Granted Bail, Was Arrested For Celebrating Birthday In Noida Metro, Details
Vijayendra Kumeria On Mose Chhal Kiye Jaaye Going Off-Air In 6 Months
The actor was quoted by E-Times as saying, “It was a finite series and I was fully aware of the fact before I signed on the dotted line. I believe the longevity of a show also depends on the consistency maintained in terms of the main concept. The audience decides what they want to watch from the promo itself. The concept of this story was unique but like any other daily soap, certain changes were introduced to the storyline, plot and characters. I feel if we had stuck to the original concept instead of foraying into ultra-feminism, it would have translated into better numbers. Having said that, I don’t get into the number game, as actors solely can’t get ratings for a show. But creative decisions isn’t my business.” Also Read: Imlie Upcoming Twist: Malini Creates Rift Between Aryan & Imlie, Will She Succeed In Separating Them?
Although the journey was short, Vijayendra is happy with his journey as he got positive feedback for his role. He said that he picked up the flawed and challenging character Armaan as it was the USP of the show. He added that he did his job to the best of his ability and with all fairness tried to nail every scene.
He concluded by saying, “I am happy with the love and response I received from the audience and that’s what eventually matters to me. I loved making people fall in love with the bad boy and I learned this art in this show. Of course, I would have been happy if MCKJ had run longer, but then you have to accept the fate and move on.” Also Read: Ek Villain Returns Cast To Join Tejasswi Prakash’s Naagin 6 For A Powerpack Weekend: Reports
As per reports, Mose Chhal Kiye Jaaye will be replaced by Amitabh Bachchan’s popular game reality show Kaun Banega Crorepati 14.