Sumit Aroraa on his co-stars in Radha Mohan: Each and every co-star in the show is very dear to me… they’re caring, supportive and fun
When you work with a good team, it always helps you to perform better. Sumit Aroraa shares about a similar thing that he is currently facing with his co-stars in Prateek Sharma’s Pyar Ka Pehla Naam Radha Mohan. He only has nice things to say about his team. “Each and every co-star is very dear to me. I have great bonding with everyone here, can’t name one who is favorite. Radaha Mohan has the best team,” says the actor. He also adds that the entire team is very positive, caring, supportive, and fun. “We have a very energetic atmosphere on the set and everyone is like a family. Whenever we are shooting, there is a break between the scenes, and if someone is hungry then Swati Ji and Manisha Ji bring their food buckets from their makeup room. These boxes usually have peanut butter, sandwiches, biscuits, Namkeen, and Khakra. We all gel so well and enjoy eating together. Everyone is very caring. Whenever Shabir Ji (Ahluwalia; plays the role of Mohan) sits with us for reading, he orders Bhel Puri for all. It’s a lively atmosphere on the sets,” he smiles. Sumit shares an incident that happened when the team was shooting outdoors. “It was during our initial days when we had to visit different temples together. During one such visit, we all got lost in the crowd. Only after a few minutes we all could get back together, laughed, and made a joke out of it,” he says, When he gets some free time on the set, Sumit enjoys his time along with his co-stars. “We make reels together, click pictures, and play pranks on each other. It doesn’t feel like we are tired from working and want to go home. Spending time on the set is very enjoyable rather than getting off. Our games are so interesting like memory games, word games, etc which keep our mind and mood fresh. People from the production tell us that we are free to go but still we all sit and play games and make reels. It makes me remember the school days where all of us used to play games every day,” he adds.