Actor Gaurav Chopra, who is steadily working towards giving his best in the digital space, doesn’t blame Indian television for being called regressive and old-fashioned. “Television is dealing with a huge audience base. Can there be one political party for everyone in the world? India is a concoction of a lot of different people living together. Television tries to cater to so many people that it sometimes gets massy and mundane in the process,” says Gaurav.
Comparing the medium of digital space and television, Gaurav states, “When it comes to digital, the content is made with the mindset that you don’t have to worry about someone else’s approval. And when you don’t have to worry about other people, you can make more bold content which caters to a specific mindset and niche audience.”