“My journey as an actor is known to all but what has kept me going for more than 30 years, is my family. Now as a father I make sure that I help my kids grow up with a balanced amalgamation of modern as well as traditional values,” he said.
“I sincerely believe that as a country, we have very strong cultural and traditional values which have laid the foundation for today’s modern and progressive world and I consider myself very lucky to be living with my parents who make sure that both my kids — Maayra and Raaghav — imbibe those values, whether it’s respecting the elders or learning to worship the lord or to be responsible. They are learning everything in a fun way. Raising a happy family is not a single person job, it’s a team effort and that’s how the idea of Pillu TV was born,” he added.
Swwapnil feels watching his channel would be like taking a sneak peek into his family life.
Meanwhile, “Uttar Ramayan”, which featured Swwapnil and had originally aired in the late eighties, has made a comeback on TV amidst the coronavirus lockdown.
The show focussed on Ram’s coronation, and his children — the twins Luv and Kush.
While Mayuresh Kshetramade played Luv, Swwapnil essayed the character of Kush in the show.