The Indian Version Of The Office: Ranvir Shorey Says That Playing The Character In The Web Series Is Therapy For Me

The Indian Version Of The Office: Ranvir Shorey Says That Playing The Character In The Web Series Is Therapy For Me

There are different types of people in every office and you might relate to some of them. This series showcases a bunch of characters hand-picked from real life. Amongst them, Ranvir Shorey will be portraying short-tempered sales representative character role.

In our Office, we must have seen that some are clingy, some are bossy, some like to control others while some are weirdly awkward. Some love to crack not so funny jokes and laugh at it so loud. In this web series, Ranvir Shorey’s character is like amongst them. He clarifies that his character is like a protagonist who don’t want to listen to others and a habit of share a huge amount of information which is not needed sometimes.

Well, while speaking about his hyper character, Ranvir Shorey says, “The Office has relatable characters and is based in a relatable environment. People might have strong views about Prem Chopra, but playing the character was therapy for me. I would go on the set and just let out the worst in me.”

The web industry is serving a huge chunk of the population of the country seeking quality entertainment and bored of the traditional mediums available. However, the Hindi version of The Office showcases ordinary employees, corporate challenges, and a self-proclaimed ‘fun’jabi boss. Welcome to Wilkins Chawla, where the 9 to 5 life is anything but exciting.

If you are looking for some web series, which can make you laugh, then this will be perfect for your platter after a tiring day. This high dose of entertaining drama The Office creates a big mayhem on social media platform and deserves all the appreciation for the appropriate casting.

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