Sandeep Anand aka Sajan Agarwal of Sanjay and Binaiferr Kohli opens up about his role!

Actor Sandeep Anand, who is part of the show May I Come In Madam season 2, produced by Sanjay and Binaferr Kohli's Edit II Production, says that his character is not someone he relates to. He says that people should also not try to emulate Sajan Agarwal. 
“Sajan Agrwal can’t be a real person, and one should never be like Sajan Agrwal for the sake of a happy married life. This character is for fun and people should just watch it for the purpose of pure entertainment. Yes, as an actor, I try to put nuances into the character from the real world to make it relatable and contemporary. Our team does the same but our purpose is comedy. I take off the mask of Sajan Agarwal and his mindset when I remove my makeup for the day. I have few positive people around bless fully yet I am single though but completely focused on work nowadays with a hardworking team,” he says. 

Talking about his prep for the show, he says, “Avineshwar Gaddam does make up for me since the first season of May I Come In Madam. He is very passionate about his work too. I trust him for my character looks and also, I trust my cinematographer, Raja Dada (Raja Satankar ). I have been working with him since FIR days, I never go and see monitor after my shot unless it is required for some technical reasons. There’s a lot to do at May I come in Madam set. It's fun. I never feel time.” 

Meanwhile he says that he loves working on TV. “TV has a wide reach. TV actors are frequently in touch with the audience for years, and creating and delivering contemporary content on a daily basis. That automatically evolves one as an actor,” he says, adding, “However, I make sure of that fact that the roles that I play don’t affect my personal self. I learned this process of detachment in my theatre days, I observe and deliver the character with the help of my director, writers, and the team.” Edit II show is being lvoed by masses and classes for its unique content.
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