Tv actor Karan Tacker recently made his debut on OTT platforms with the show Special Ops. Neeraj Pandey directorial show stars Karan as Farooq Ali. Fans of the show are loving Karan's performance in the show. Now the actor has revealed that he is overwhelmed by the response to his debut show.
Speaking about his role in a recent chat show he said, "Playing a spy was on my wishlist. Watching films like Mission Impossible always made me feel like I want to play this cool guy. A man with a gun is the happiest. Thriller, in general, is something I always wanted to be a part of. I also like the idea of action-musical and action comedies. We as Indians have also figured how to work around it and it is an interesting time exploring it."
Speaking about the future of Bollywood after the Coronavirus lockdown ends he said, "It's a big question mark. Even if we take to digital platforms to show our work instead of the cinema, how are we going to go and shoot? We have our own personal staff, our crew, production team, and everyone works in close proximity. That is a big scare. We are trying to figure out a way but there is no real answer to it. Even if we start with just 30-40 people, we don't know how if that is possible and in which direction are we headed. The only hope is to have test kits so that a small production team working on any project can be pre-tested."
Karan said that as soon as the lockdown is lifted he is going to thank the director of Special Ops for the show's massive success.