Kanwalpreet Singh | Reality Shows and Films, Both Are Equally Challenging
Kanwalpreet Singh, who is gearing up with his new webs-series with Amazon Prime, titled 4 More Shots Please, says reality shows and film format, both are equally challenging. Actor Kanwalpreet Singh was interacting with media on Monday for his forthcoming web-series 4 More Shots Please, which also stars Kirti Kulhari, VJ Bani, Sayani Gupta, and Maanvi Gagroo.
Talking about working in different formats, actor Kanwalpreet said, “Both are equally challenging but I think reality shows are more because you have to be very much spontaneous and real. You have to have a super amazing sense of humor as there is no camera cut, so whatever you said will be recorded. Films are equally challenging but you get time to prepare, learn and there is no better thing than a Film. Every actor dreams to be a film actor.”
The actor hail from Punjabi origins and have been working in industry for the longest. He has worked in Ad films, films, reality show, web-series and short films. His credential and resume a mile long.
Talking about pursuing acting after his MBA, actor Kanwalpreet said, “I never ever thought in my dreams that I can or will be an actor. I used to watch Television a lot and was a cinema lover and used to think, that seems o easy even I can do this, then one fine day when I was doing my MBA I got an opportunity to work in a Music video with Sukshinder Shinda, and later I bagged a Reality show (Love. Net season 2) on Channel V and got 8 awards for the same, and I never looked back.”
“So much appreciation, love, the response from the people and audience than it actually started and I thought of becoming an actor.”
Despite the negative headlines, Kanwalpreet finds cricketer Navjot Singh Sidhu fascinating and would love to his biopic. Talking about his future aspiring endeavors, Kanwalpreet said, “Would Love to do Biopic of Navjot Singh Sidhu and at least try my hands at a superhero character. Currently, I am coming up with some super entertaining content that people will love it to the core.”