TV needs to grow in quality: Ronit Roy
Mumbai: Popular TV actor Ronit Roy feels the small screen needs to grow in terms of quality.
"TV has grown in quantity, but quality has not increased. Some people have managed to bring quality via content but, more or less, everything is same. Daily soaps are more or less on similar lines like earlier," Ronit told PTI.
The actor hopes to see quality on small screen in the coming three-five years.
Ronit, a part of TV since quite sometime, played memorable roles like Mihir Virani of 'Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi', Mr Bajaj of 'Kasauti Zindagi Ki' and others.
He is overjoyed that during his journey on the small screen, his audience have grown and he ensures to keep them entertained.
"I have audience from all over the world. I think it is my destiny that I got an opportunity to be a part of some fantastic shows," he said.
Ronit is excited about the new supernatural series 'Khauff Ki Adaalat', a month-long supernatural twist in his popular court room drama 'Adaalat', where he plays an unconventional lawyer - KD Pathak.
"My character KD is not endorsing supernatural stories. It shows stories on how superstition is used by people. Through this format we intend to break stereotypes of 'babas' and encourage people to believe in truth," he said.
They do not intend to teach law to the audience through the show, says Ronit.
"We try to entertain audience and teach a lesson of truth in the form of joke or social message," he added.
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