Former model and actor Milind Soman says television allows more room for experimentation than cinema, as he prepares to launch a television series for children.
The new series is about a friendly ghost who helps a rich orphan free himself from the clutches of wicked relatives, weekly reported.
Soman said the series, ‘Ghost Bana Dost’, was filled with the ‘magic, fun and fantasy’ that children enjoy.
“Cinema is finite, you cannot tinker with the script and story beyond a point. But in TV, which is fluid, you can do a lot of things, give it a new angle, kill a character, bring him back to life,” he said.
One of India’s top models, Soman has acted in eight movies in the past six years. He began producing lifestyle programs and soap operas for TV several years ago.