Delhi’s monsoon is very kanjoos: Gagan Arora | Web Series

Pakodas, Chai and #DelhiRains…what more could one want at this time of year! Sehgal wholeheartedly, Delhi-based actor Gagan Arora made the most of his recent visit to his hometown. “Delhi’s monsoon is very stingy,” says Arora, referring to the deficient rainfall in the city this year. Digging out a variety of pakodas at one of the city’s famous joints, he says, “The walk in this city is beautiful during and after the rains. It will rain for a day or two and for a few days you will feel the smell of soil in the air. The atmosphere after the rain is equally pleasant for me.”

A popular face on OTT platforms, with web series like college romance, tab bar And fame game To his credit, Arora, who had to relocate to Mumbai, says his heart still beats for the vibe of Delhi. The actor says, “Delhi will always be special for me because first day in school, first meeting, first kiss, first breakup, first success and first defeat.” Expressing his gratitude for the capital, the 28-year-old says, “Being a person from Delhi has given me a lot of confidence. It helped me (being from Delhi) in my first acting job where I had to play the role of a Delhi boy. It gave me an edge, and people found me raw and relatable. ,

Actor Gagan Arora says it is beautiful to take a walk in the city during and after the rains. (Photo: Gokul VS/HT)

A graduate of Delhi University’s Shaheed Bhagat Singh Evening College, Arora says he had a lot of fun as a B.Com student, courtesy of his friends in the theatrical society. “We were very passionate about performing and enjoying life. there were many parts [from my college life] it helped me college romance, where I play the character of Bagga, an eccentric West Delhi boy. I knew a lot of buggies!”

But college life is not complete without Hangouts ads. Recalling himself, Arora says, “There is this paratha place near Qutub Institutional Area; Right in front of the Indian Institute of Foreign Trade Gate. It used to be open till early morning and we used to call it tanku. We eat parathas there. This was also the place in Lajpat Nagar where we used to go for Shawarmas. I go to see it even when I’m in town. This is one of the tastiest things I’ve ever had!”

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