Laksh Lalwani may be only 20 years old, but the actor, who hails from Delhi and is currently seen in "Adhuri Kahani Hamari" in a double role, has a baritone voice in real life. So how did he develop this?
"I often get compliments for my baritone voice, and I feel very good about this, because I have developed this in the last couple of years. Many people have a good voice, but one should take initiative and follow a process to make that voice superior," Lalwani said.
"In my case, I have done several voice modulation processes and practiced a lot," he added.
Lalwani, who wanted to join the Indian Army, ended up going for a Roadies audition and then got his first show "Warrior High," followed by "Adhuri Kahani Hamari."
"During my studies, I never wanted to become an actor. I was preparing myself for NDA and had cleared the preliminary exam, but my mother was instrumental towards my acting career, and I owe everything to her. She is a big motivation factor in my life. My father, Romesh Lalwani, is also a big support. Life is all about loving your parents," Lalwani said.
The show is rumored to come to an end soon.