Actor Sharad Kelkar is totally “happy” with the response to his newest net present, The Household Man 2. Whereas a variety of questions from the primary season had been answered on this, the only real query unanswered belonged to this monitor: What occurred between him and Suchi (Manoj Bajpayee’s spouse within the collection, a personality performed by Priyamani) in Lonavala? Social media is stuffed with questions and memes.
“It’s a thriller, look ahead to the third season, the actor chuckles, including, “To be sincere, we’ve not began but, so I don’t even know.”
Speaking concerning the overwhelming response the present is getting, Kelkar says he did anticipate it, and was positive as a result of issues had been “greater and mature” this time round.
“The writing, Raj & DK (administrators)… it had a distinct class to it. It truly dropped on the OTT platform a day earlier than (than it was meant to launch). I didn’t learn the critiques instantly, and acquired completed watching the present the subsequent afternoon. Everyone has completed such an excellent job,” he says.
The actor additional shares that when he watches content material, “it’s no matter whether or not I’m there in it or not, and I watch it unbiased and extra critically”.
The discharge of the second season was additionally met with some resistance, and there have been requires ban as effectively, as some folks felt that it portrayed Tamilians in a destructive gentle. Kelkar says this stuff maintain arising.
“To criticise one thing, it takes nothing. However to create one thing, it takes lots. Clearly, the makers are educated and realized folks, they’ve seen the entire world and can incorporate that. It was fastidiously written. Aisa nahi hai ki mann mein aaya aur likh diya,” he asserts.
Stating that no matter folks in cinema or on the net is generally “fictional”, Kelkar goes on to quote a reasonably relatable instance: “Daadi kehti hain raat ko, ‘So ja, varna bhoot aa jaayega’. Will you say, ‘Daadi, ban horror tales’? It’s stupidity. No one is abusing anybody, or taking somebody’s identify, then why ought to anybody be towards something.”