Piyush Mishra impressed by the enthusiasm of today’s young artists

Today’s young artists influenced by Piyush Mishra’s enthusiasm | Piyush Mishra influenced by the enthusiasm of today’s young artists

Digital Desk, Mumbai. Piyush Mishra, an actor-director and well-known lyricist who plays a key role in the upcoming web series Matsya Kand, says that the professionalism and enthusiasm of today’s young artists have really impressed him.

Piyush has previously worked with actors like Ranbir Kapoor, Ali Zafar, Taapsee Pannu in films like Rockstar, Tere Bin Laden, pink and Ravi Dubey in new series.

Piyush Mishra impressed by the enthusiasm of today's young artists
Piyush Mishra impressed by the enthusiasm of today’s young artists

Piyush told IANS, the enthusiasm of today’s youth has really impressed me. I have worked with some of them now including Ravi for my new show and I must say they are very well prepared. Their way of working, professionalism is quite advanced. Also, I have to mention Ranbir specifically. I really love him, he is good actor.

He, he said, is fast and intuitive at the same time as an actor, which is a great quality of any performing artist. Among all the directors I should also mention Imtiaz (Ali), whom I see as a true storyteller. I’ve only worked with them in two films Rockstar and pageant but had a lot of fun working..।

Matsya Kand is a series directed by Ajay Bhuiyan, whose story revolves around a thug Matsya. Ravi appears in it in 11 different incarnations.

Regarding his character in the series, Piyush said, I am playing the role of a prison inmate, whom everyone calls Pandit ji. He is one of the very influential characters inside the prison. He is a highly knowledgeable person. Well-read, well-versed. He takes classes on Vedas and Indian mythology in prison and all prisoners listen to him and follow him. One day he meets Matsya and she also helped him get out of difficult situations and in the end they taught Matsya how to be a thug!

The show will be released on MX Player on November 18th.

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