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Ram Yashvardhan opens up about the upcoming Ganesh sequence on COLOLRS’ ‘Shiv Shakti – Tap Tyag Tandav’

Shiv Shakti – Tap Tyag Tandav’ continues to enthral the audience with the universe’s first love story between Lord Shiv and Goddess Parvati. This powerful saga transcends all emotions, recounting the journey of Shiv and Shakti’s duty, sacrifice, and separation — the essence of Tap, Tyag, and Tandav. Subha Rajput, the talented actress who brings the divine character of Parvati to life in COLORS’ ‘Shiv Shakti Tap Tyag Tandav,’ has captured the hearts of viewers with her nuanced performance and emotional depth. As the show delves into the upcoming dramatic sequence involving Ganesh, Ram shares his insights on the themes of duty, misunderstanding, and the consequences of actions within the divine realm. He reflects on his, preparations for the role, the delightful experience of working with young actor Riyansh Dabhi, and the challenges and rewards of portraying various shades of Shiv. Her dedication and passion for the character shine through, making the show a compelling watch. Tune in to witness the divine journey of Shiv and Shakti unfold. Watch 'Shiv Shakti - Tap Tyag Tandav' every Monday to Sunday at 8:00 PM only on COLORS!

1.Tell us about the upcoming Ganesh sequence in ‘Shiv Shakti – Tap Tyag Tandav’?
A. Ganesha is worshipped all over the world, especially in India where the majority of people revere him. We find him to be the loveliest god. His arrival in the show will be a significant event, leading to a long and important storyline. 

2. Did you do any preparations for the upcoming sequence playing a father?
A. Yes, I have played the role of a father on the show before, being the father to Kartikeya, so there's no special preparation needed. For the character, it's like welcoming another child into the family.

3.How has it been shooting with Riyansh Dabhi? Please tell us about the bond you share with him off-screen.  
A. Riyansh Dabhi is such a sweet boy. On his first day of shooting, he seemed a bit worried about how things would unfold. However, he quickly proved to be both talented and delightful to work with. As a fellow actor, it was truly enjoyable collaborating with him. He not only understands the nuances of the craft but also listens attentively and effortlessly knows his marks and camera angles. With prior experience under his belt, he was already quite impressive.

4.How do you view the role of Lord Shiva? Has it given you a new identity, and do you feel empowered and responsible while portraying the character?
A. I've been blessed with a new identity. Wherever I go, people address me as Shiv ji. Now, people look up to me with a lot of love and respect. This show has brought about many changes in all aspects of my life—my behaviour towards society and other human beings. Everything has transformed, enriching me with profound knowledge about wisdom, prosperity, and wealth.

5.To date, several actors have portrayed Lord Shiva on television screens, but the audience's response you received is impressive. So, what do you think the audience loved about you as Lord Shiva?
A. I must credit Siddharth Kumar for this. When we began, I believed that the character of Shiv should maintain a neutral expression—neither too happy nor too angry. However, Siddharth Kumar Tewary insisted that Shiv should display human-like emotions. This set us apart from other portrayals of Shiva on screen. Emotions became visible to the audience through expressions. If Shiv was angry, the audience could see it. This human touch proved to be immensely beneficial for us. 

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