Do you remember the time when Balveer show was first aired on television? Well, it created lots of curiosity among children in the past. With the passage of time, the show managed to grab a place in the hearts of little fans.
The good news coming in right now is that the show is ready to go live. The makers of Balveer are trying their level best to make the show successful like the previous occasions.
In order to do that, they are looking at various things like design costumes, training of other key players or characters, physical training and more.
As per the recent updates in this regard, it’s being speculated that SAB TV is going to incorporate as many TV actors including Vansh Sayani, Shridhar Watsar, Dev Joshi and Pavitra Punia.
This time, makers are not leaving any stones unturned to make the show a super hit, especially when you have so many other similar shows running at the same time.
This is the reason why the channel picked Nikhat M Neerushaa who is an award winning stylist and helped in designing costumes of all the noted characters of the show.
In order to make the show look like a professional one, the leading actor Dev Joshi is currently undergoing parkour training.
The type of training is quite different type where it uses some special movements that directly come from military obstacle course training.
The above training makes the person self dependent, especially in moving from one place to another in a complex state of environment comfortably.
In the recent interaction of Dev Joshi to IANS who will be featuring as Balveer, “At the moment, I’m thrilled to be back in the original character of Balveer and even undergoing an extensive training to make the show look different and appealing as ever. The demand of the character is physical fitness.
And so, I make sure that I never miss gym. At the same time, I’m also undergoing parkour training which is quite necessary for me to get all the perfection in all those action sequences in the show.
In the end, I like to do all the justice to the live up to the expectations of the audience.”