CID's ACP Pradyuman not getting work, said- 'It's my misfortune'
CID's ACP Pradyuman not getting work, said- 'It's my misfortune'

Actor Shivaji Satam, who has made the audience happy with his work on TV, recently said that he is not getting work. Yes, actor Shivaji Satam, who played ACP Pradyuman in Sony TV's popular show CID, has also had a bad bad phase in his life. Shivaji had acted in many films but now he says, 'Good roles are no longer being written in the industry.' In fact, Shivaji Satam, who has been associated with the same show for 20 years, is still called ACP Pradyuman by fans. However, ACP Pradyuman now wants to retire from this post and do something new.

The actor then spoke about it during an interview. He expressed his anguish and revealed that he has only a few offers that he did not like. At the same time, he said, 'He comes from Marathi theatre, he has always worked according to himself, he used to do the work only if he liked it.' He was last seen in Taapsee Pannu starrer 'Haseen Dillruba.' He also had a very small character in the film. Actor Shivaji said, "It is my misfortune that I am not getting powerful characters. Because it is not being written at all. This has caused a lot of damage to the people on both sides.''

At the same time, he further said, 'At the moment, he is getting to play the same kind of characters as he has been doing before. He is getting the rolls of police cops.' Shivaji further said, 'He has been seen in a similar character for 20 years. In that case, he is no longer willing to do it. I want to do something new, though the character of ACP Pradyuman is very special to me. If the show resumes in the future, I would like to play it again, I love this character very much. But I have been extremely upset with sitting vacant due to lack of work since corona.'

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