#BLBestOf3: Namit Khanna beats Mohit Raina and Harshad Chopra to become the best TV actor in the first quarter of 2018

#BLBestOf3: Namit Khanna beats Mohit Raina and Harshad Chopra to become the best TV actor in the first quarter of 2018

The year 2018 started with lots of great news pouring in from telly town. Many actors made a comeback on the small screen after a long gap, while yet others made their debut on television with new launches. Overall, this quarter had a lot for the viewers to chew on. Thus we faced a hard time picking who was the best of them all. To come to a conclusion, we organised a poll so you could choose the best actor from the first quarter of 2018. Well, the results are here and the name that has emerged as the winner is Namit Khanna. The actor has beaten established actors like Harshad Chopra and Mohit Raina to bag the title.

With a whopping 53 per cent of votes, Namit has won it for his show, Yeh Pyaar Nahi Toh Kya Hai. Breaking the regular rut of regressive content, Namit has created the much needed spark with his awesome screen presence and stunning dialogues. As a new face, Namit debuted with this show and look at just how much he has impressed everyone with his stint. He is already garnering appreciation for his performance. If he stays consistent, you might see him bagging many awards this year. (Also Read: #BLBestOf3: Jennifer Winget beats Sonarika Bhadoria to become the best TV actress in the first quarter of 2018)

Poll-results

Harshad Chopra, from Bepannaah, grabbed the second position with 27 per cent votes. Though the show has created a huge buzz since its advent, Harshad lost to Namit. Coming to the third position is Mohit Raina with 10 per cent votes. The actor made a comeback to the small screen with his bearded look in 21 Sarfarosh: Saragarhi 1897, but it seems, people couldn’t get over his stint in Devon Ke Dev…Mahadev and thus he got the third position. Following him is Ishq Subhan Allah’s Adnan Khan with 7 per cent votes and Karan Jotwani from Aap Ke Aa Jane Se with only 3 per cent votes.

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