"After 'Yeh Hai Aashiqui', I was so touched by the stories that it made me believe that 'Pyaar to yeh hota hai, humne to kuch bhi nhi kiya hai'. In one of the stories, a guy falls in love with a girl's voice and later when he learns that she is a handicap, he accepts her despite her illness. And Rithvik said: "It has taught me how to fall in true love, which is very, very beautiful."
Currently, the actor is excited about his new show "Fanaah - An Impossible Love Story". Inspired by "Vampire Diaries", it went on air Monday on MTV. This is so because he is once again playing werewolf in the show after supernatural drama "Pyaar Kii Yeh Ek Kahaani" (PKYEK), in which Vivian Dsena played the lead role.
"I am playing a werewolf in the show, again, and I feel lucky to play the role twice. It's very interesting because the love story I feature in is unique and one of its kind," he said. He is confident that the vampire show would revolutionise the small screen.
"We are trying to give makeover to Indian TV with the show. We aim to bring a revolution with the show. We want to make the youth believe that we can have such amazing shows in our country too," he added.