India, Oct. 23 -- For actor Shashank Vyas, experimenting with roles is an everyday process. The actor likes to bring in variation to the scenes he enacts and says that despite being untrained, he has learnt the craft on the job.

"I'm not a trained actor. I learned the craft while working on the field. I'm not that kind of an actor who would decide how to do a scene in advance. I just go on set, let myself free, and go with the flow. Experiment is an everyday work," Shashank says.

The 32-year-old actor, who shot to fame as Jagya with his debut TV show Balika Vadhu, faced issues in the initial days of his acting journey.

"I had problems learning my lines, which I eventually overcame. There are things like these that you learn and evolve wi...