Actor Aparshakti Khurana is all set for his return to the radio world. Aparshakti will return to the radio for a storytelling series. It's a 'Ghar waapsi' for him, he says, as he returns to radio after almost six years.
Aparshakti Khurana, actor Ayushmann Khurrana's younger brother, is hosting a new storytelling series. The series will run for two months and contain 24 stories on the radio. This will extend to six internet episodes as well.
Talking about the happy news, Aparshakti said it’s a 'Ghar waapsi' for him as he is returning after six years. "It's a 'Ghar waapsi' for me as I am back on the radio after almost 6 years, but jokes apart it's such a special feeling to enter the same studio again. I'm looking forward to voicing these stories for the radio listeners;” Aparshakti said.
The actor will leave the listeners on the verge of emotions. He will explore heartbreaks, love, and second chances, among others, in the series.
Aparshakti is famous for his commentator role in Box Cricket League and other shows. Apart from that, he has hosted several shows. He made his acting debut with the film ‘Dangal’. His performance in the film was highly acclaimed. Since he has appeared in many films in supporting roles.
Meanwhile, Aparshakti was last seen in the film ‘Helmet’. Aparshakti is gearing up for his next titled 'Hum Do Humare Do'. The film will also star Rajkummar Rao, Paresh Rawal, Kriti Sanon, and Ratna Pathak Shah.