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Tahir Raj Bhasin shares his experience of working in Netflix series

Mumbai: Actor Tahir Raj Bhasin opened up about his experience of working with Shweta Tripathi and Anchal Singh in Netflix’s upcoming thriller ‘Yeh Kaali Kaali Ankhein’.

In the show, Tahir plays the role of Vikrant, a simple young man in love with Shikha (Shweta Tripathi), until he realises that he is the object of desire for Purva (Anchal Singh). That’s when his life turns upside down. To save his loved ones from the passions of a very ‘determined’ woman, he transforms into someone unknown to himself.

“I am not complaining. Working with both Shweta and Anchal was a really a joyous experience. Both of them are supremely talented and gorgeous ladies and I felt lucky to be in that space. However, I can’t say the same for Vikrant. He loved Shikha and wanted to be with her, and then Purva comes in and turns his world upside down. So yeah, it was an extremely fun opportunity for me, but rather challenging for my character,” Tahir said.

‘Yeh Kaali Kaali Ankhein’ will stream on January 14 on Netflix.

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