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Updated At: Dec 06, 2021 12:39 PM (IST)
Vishal Chaudary is playing the role of Balarao Joshi in Zee TV’s show Kashibai Bajirao Ballal. To play the challenging role, Vishal is leaving no stone unturned.
Apart from the training and refining his skills for the character, Vishal had to go bald to look as authentic as he could for his role as Balarao Joshi. Vishal Chaudary says, “I never thought I would ever go bald for a role as coming from a modelling background, it was quite difficult for me to even imagine giving up my hair! But I always wanted to play a strong character like Balarao Joshi.”
He adds, “Balarao Joshi was a rebel by nature and stood by his loved ones. Initially, when I got selected for this show, I had second thoughts about going fully bald, but the production house eventually convinced me. Now I feel it was the right decision to be a part of this wonderful journey and essay a great character on screen.”
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