Actor Avinash Tiwary opens up on his struggle in finding a foothold in acting,

Often, despite tremendous talent, actors find it difficult to find a footing in the industry, primarily because they do not have someone on their side helping them navigate that path, telling them things that they are doing right and wrong. Actor Avinash Tiwary, fresh from the success of his web show Khakee: The Bihar Chapter, recently revealed that going ahead, he would love to help outsiders find their place in the acting world.

Avinash, who plays the rakish antagonist Chandan Mahto in Khakee: The Bihar Chapter recently told Hindustan Times that he is looking forward to a long innings in the industry. Elaborating further, the Laila Majnu actor revealed that he has been acting since 2003 and all through these years, he has always felt the need for a mentor who could advise and guide him vis-à-vis a space that was alien for him.

Adding that he wants to get to the point where he can turn out to be that person for someone else, the Bulbbul actor hoped that such a space, where artists come together to help each other will be created in the near future.

Khakee: The Bihar Chapter, is currently garnering rave reviews from the audience and critics alike. Revolving around the 2004 clash between upright IPS officer Amit Lodha and a local, ruthless mafia, Chandan, this action series co-stars Karan Tacker, Nikita Dutta, Ravi Kishan, Ashutosh Rana, Abhimanyu Singh and others.

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