Manit Joura is well-known for playing Garv Shinde in Mujhse Kuchh Kehti...Yeh Khamoshiyaan on Star Plus, Rishabh Luthra in Kundali Bhagya on Zee TV, and Harsh Shastri in Prem Bandhan from Dangal.
In between the shoots of Kundali Bhagya, we had a small chat with him.
Take a look at what he had to tell
He spoke to us about the roles he would enjoy playing and mentioned Irrfan Khan's character from the film Maqbool and all the Godfather characters. He considers the films of Imtiaz Ali to be very relatable. He continued by saying that he enjoys reading biographies and that, if given a chance, he would like to play a role in Virat Kohli's biopic since he finds Kohli to be an inspiration for his actions and viewpoint.
He claims many ups and downs in an actor's life. It never follows a straight path. If his biopic is ever made, he also wants to play Irrfan Khan in it.
Manit Joura asserts that purchasing a home is not done in India. His father once told him that you can buy a dream. It's as though stability and home go hand in hand. For him, a house evokes feelings.
He fought for his home in the Noida twin towers, and after a protracted battle, he ultimately won the case. Then, in Chandigarh, Punjab, he prepared a frame and presented it to his family.
Manit Joura Says Heath is crucial
He also talked about his fitness routine and how he keeps himself healthy
Living healthy is the most important thing; he further said we sometimes take our health for granted to run behind our careers. We should at least remove one hour for our health; children should be taught to do yoga in schools. Or at least a 30 mins walk, eating healthy is a must.