Sharwanand is one actor who prides over his ear for a good story. His latest film, Ranarangam, a gangster-based flick, received mixed response from the audience. Reflecting on the result, the actor states, “From the beginning of my career, I have realised the importance of being different to be noticed. And I have been picking up scripts only if I believe there’s anything novel. While some films click, some don’t. Ranarangam is an action drama where I believed the screenplay would be the talking point.”
Having proved himself time and again, Sharwa finds himself tested with every new film. “That’s because I continue to experiment with my roles. As an actor, I try my hand at playing different roles believing that the audience will get to see a new me with each film, and that’s how I try to show variation,” he shares, adding that the results don’t fret him from being experimental either. His next release, 96, a remake of Tamil film by the same name, is under progress. And Sharwa, who was recently operated on the shoulder after he was injured on the sets of 96 in Bangkok, sounds confident that the film will strike a chord with the audiences. “I have acted in love stories earlier too, but 96 is a love story with a different spin. I could experience it while shooting,” states Sharwa.