Saurabh Raj Jain to play Lord Krishna in Mahabharat!!
Saurab Raj Jain who was seen in Film Farms production's Uttaran on Colors as Yuvraj in a negative role, is all set to play the role of Lord Krishna in the upcoming mythological show Mahabharat. The 6 feet tall, good looking actor, who has a very charming personality changed his genre from fiction to mythology after he played the role of Lord Vishnu in Devon Ke Dev. Mahadev.
He will soon be seen as Lord Krishna in Mahabharat. However, he will also be continuing with his role as Lord Vishnu in Devon Ke Dev. Mahadev.
In conversation with Saurabh Raj Jain he unveiled his career genre from fiction to mythology.
Saurabh Raj Jain is excited to play the role of Lord Krishna in Mahabharat and he said, "I am fortunate that I bagged the role of Lord Krishna. The actual thing is I was offered the role of Lord Krishna in Mahabharata way before I bagged the role of lord Vishnu in Devo Ke Dev Mahadev."
So now Saurabh Raj Jain has two mythological shows in his pocket. When asked Saurabh how the shows have fared? "As of now, I am doing both the shows, but still Lord Vishnu is on hold as Ramayan track is going on but Lord Krishna is going good as for now.
When do we see Saurabh Raj Jain doing fiction shows? "I have been doing fiction for long now and now this new genre excites me a lot. I am happy doing this genre and the thing is I am getting offers for these kinds of roles only so I really can't help it."
After doing so many mythological shows we asked Saurabh Raj Jain if he is a religious person or not? "No I am not much of a religious person but I love God. I strongly believe in him and I read mythological books like Ramayana and now I am reading Bhagwat Gita."
All of us know how active these actors are on social media but what keeps Saurabh out of the social circuit? "I am not a social person at all. I am neither on what's app nor on BBM. Also I do not follow any social messaging applications. I believe that my work should speak for myself and nothing else matters to me." he concluded.
God Bless Saurabh. Long way to go!!