Over the years, television in India has taken a different turn. The kind of content that was churned out a decade back isn’t the need of the hour today. However, a few actors from the years gone by have made their mark with the audience. Though they have moved on to doing other things in life except acting, we dearly miss them and want them to make a comeback.
1. Smriti Irani
Her act as Tulsi in Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi was totally convincing and with the changing times of television content, we are sure she would be even more convincing as an interesting character now.
2. Maniesh Paul
Maniesh has been missing from the small screen for a long time now. Though he hosts a lot of award functions these days, we miss his incessant jokes on the small screen as well.
3. Ram Kapoor
Bade Achhe Lagte Hain made Ram Kapoor into a household name and we miss his presence on the small screen. He is currently doing a web series with Sakshi Tanwar for ALT Balaji, but he is nowhere to be seen on the small screen.
4. Gurmeet Choudhary
While Gurmeet has been working hard towards making a name for himself in Bollywood, his fans miss seeing him day after day on their television screens.
5. Karan Singh Grover
Karan has been missing from the block since quite long. He achieved a lot of fame while playing his characters on screen. Though his focus is now on Bollywood, it wouldn’t hurt for him to return to TV in the meanwhile, right?
6. Karan Kundra
Though he is active on MTV Roadies, as a judge/mentor, we totally miss seeing him act. It’s been quite a while that Karan has taken up a really interesting project and it would be great to have him back on our screens.
7. Mandira Bedi
She impressed us with the vampish character in Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi, and to be honest, we want to see more of her on screen. She has been busy with anchoring and pursuing personal projects, while acting has taken a back seat for her. Wouldn’t it be great to have her play another vampish character in this day and age?
Tell us who you miss watching on your television sets.
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