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In which role did Aham Sharma look best?

Aham Sharma is currently entertaining his fans by his role of Rishabh in Zee tv’s Brahmarakshas. He is most known for his role of Karn in Mahabharat and Arjun in Manmarziyan. Both the shows aired on Star Plus and won a huge fan fallowing. While his role in Mahabharat was sketched as per the Hindu mythology, Aham’s acting talent was much appreciated. He has won STAR Parivaar Award for Saathi Nayi Soch Ka and Indian Telly Award for Best Actor In Supporting Role for his stint in Mahabharat.

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His role of Arjun Mehra in Manmarziyan was very much different with many shades. Arjun was romantic, positive, little grey, and showed his moral dilemma over his hidden motives for revenge. Arjun was more of a hero to fight with his own feelings. Aham’s versatility was seen in that show, and his romantic chemistry with his co-star made him very popular. Aham’s looks and attitude were quite impressive.

The actor is now seen as Rishabh Srivastav in the horror thriller show Brahmarakshas. Rishabh is a positive character, who aims to end the devil’s fear in Kamalpura. Aham’s chemistry with Krystle D’Souza is much liked by his fans. Aham has chosen distinct roles till now and portrayed all characters with conviction. In which role did Aham Sharma looked best? Let us know in this poll. You may leave a comment as well.

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2 comments

  1. plz leave br and come on shani back to swastik pictures plz swastik shows are best suited on you plz

  2. I became a fan of Aham since Mahabharat. His potrayal of Karna was simply outstanding. In Manmarziyaan, once again he impressed me with his potrayal of Arjun, a multi-layered complicated character which had a lot of different shades. Only an actor like Aham could have done justice to the role & he did it with so much of ease. I’m glad he did Brahmarakshas, with the role of Rishab he proved his versatility in my opinion. I was pleasantly surprised with his spontaneity – the way he carried off such a light-hearted character after potraying a series of serious characters.
    Now, I’m eagerly waiting for his next project… Plz come back soon Mr. Aham Sharma… the wait is killing me.

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