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Anuj Sachdeva on leaving ‘Woh Toh Hai Albela’ on Star Bharat

Anuj Sachdeva, known for playing Cheeranjeev ‘Cheeru’ Chaudhary in Rajan Shahi’s ‘Woh Toh Hai Albelaa’, will soon be seeing exiting the Star Bharat show.

The character will meet his death on the day of his wedding. Talking about stepping down from the role, Sachdeva was cited in TellyBuzz saying, “The most important thing which I always wanted to do is for people to connect to the warmth of Cheeru of how he takes care of the family, how people should be able to connect to him thinking that this is how your elder brother should be. And I think there cannot be a bigger joy for an actor when the audience believes in a character so much and feels that he has raised the bar high for similar characters.”

He further stated, “When I started the show I knew this was going to happen and I knew I had only one-one and a half month to build the connection with the audience, so that when I am not there they miss me. And this feeling of loss is one of the high points of the show, and Cheeru’s death is the only major twist that you will see in the whole story. I feel really proud that I got a chance to do such an impactful role. For me, it’s never about the screen time. Cheeru bhaiya is more like dessert, which enhances your taste buds and slowly faded away, however, left you wanting for more.”

The actor will soon be seen in a new digital project.

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