After his stint in historical TV series Prithviraj Chauhan - Dharti Ka Veer Yoddha, Angad Bedi returns to small screen as the host of a new reality show Emotional Atyachaar, about infidelity.
Emotional Atyachaar will go on air Friday on UTV Bindaas. In the show, one partner's actions will be captured through hidden cameras while the other will watch it secretly.
"I'll act as a medium through which couples communicate. The couples in problem will come to me and talk to me. The real life couples will discuss their love life problems with me," Angad said in an interview.
"The show is different from a regular reality show. I play a friend to the contestants rather than just an anchor," said Angad who feels small screen is a great medium to reach out to large audiences.
"Big Bollywood stars have shifted to small screen and they have done well. Thanks to these shows, their popularity has doubled. So I believe TV is a wonderful medium."
Angad, son of former India cricket skipper Bishan Singh Bedi, chose acting over cricket and doesn't regret his decision.
"It's not that I don't like cricket. I have played first class cricket and represented Delhi in the Ranji Trophy as a spinner, but at the same time my inclination to become an actor was very strong. I wanted to be a part of commercial cinema," he said.
"I have always loved cinema more than the cricket. I don't think there is any harm in taking a different field," he added.
Angad, who teamed up with Seema Biswas in the Kaya Taran about anti-Sikh riots, is set to make his Bollywood debut with Joy Augustine's movie Little Godfather.
"The movie is based on Mumbai train blasts and talks about how a common man can survive if he has the will to do so. It's a very interesting script and an unconventional film to make a debut with."
For More Exclusive News:Indian Television and Bollywood Entertainment Portal, Movies, Music, Tv, Hollywood, Reviews, Telly News - Desitvforum