Rajat Tokas, who has gained stardom thanks to his larger-than-life historical roles, seems to be getting stereotyped into them. The actor says he would like to experiment by doing something different when he can.
Rajat is currently seen as Chandragupta Maurya, romancing Nandani, played by Shweta Basu Prasad in Chandra Nandani. And he seems to have found a unique way to try his hand at comedy, even in his serious avatar as the Mauryan king. Apparently, the light-hearted scenes between the two actors are providing Rajat with ample opportunity to try comedy.
Says Rajat, “I completely enjoy the scenes between Chandra and Nandani. I think they’re quite entertaining for the audience, and have a charm of their own. They also provide me an opportunity to showcase something different. It presents me in a new light too. After all, it gets monotonous to be serious all the time.” The actor was also recently spotted in Jaipur, reminiscing his early work days, where he shot for his first role at the Amer Fort. In fact, when he was at the Birla Temple with his wife seeking blessings, he was mobbed by fans. Shweta too accompanied him.