Ram Kapoor and Sakshi Tanwar are undoubtedly one of the best and beloved couple on TV screen. After leaving us mesmerised with their sizzling chemistry in Ekta Kapoor’s Bade Achche Lagte Hai, they are back with Ekta’s web series Karrle Tu Bhi Mohabbat. Talking about his infectious chemistry with Sakshi Ram said to Indian express, “ I honestly believe that two things you need, whether it is Shah Rukh KhanKajol or anybody, is that they both should be really good at their work and comfortable with each other. I think, luckily we have that. That’s the biggest thing. As an actor, that gives you the power to expose your extremes, to let go, which can happen only if you have a comfort level, because I know she can handle and vice-versa.”

Adding to ram’s statement Sakshi said, “ Also, not only the character we have portrayed but the people we are in real, we are poles apart. We think like east-west, north-south. So, I guess that translates very well into the characters. We have tremendous respect for each other.” (ALSO READ: First Look of Ram Kapoor and Sakshi Tanwar’s romantic web series is impressive!)

Ram even confessed that he doesn’t find any difference between TV and Bollywood, “  As an actor, you shouldn’t differentiate between the mediums. I have worked in television for ten years, back then no one wanted to be in television serials. Now, TV has become cool but back then it wasn’t looked as a big medium but I gladly did television because for me the platform did not matter, and I never will. Jahaan accha chance mile, jahan acche logon ke sath kaam karne ko mile, whether it is film, web or theatre, I won’t mind.”

Kapoor also admits that he doesn’t need to prove himself now, “ Actors like us, we are lucky that we don’t have to prove ourselves anymore at least in television since we have done that more than once. We individually and together have done good work which has taken us to bigger screen. TV is home to us, we are comfortable but we do want to work and push our boundaries, do good work. We should be happy about our projects, success is secondary.”