Mumbai, April 28 (IANS) Gulshan Devaiah has been roped in as the lead for a new film titled “Pichchar”. He will be seen playing the role of a struggling director in the movie.
The actor wants to explore new realms of the creative world with the film, saying that the “story will appeal to both young and old” audience.
Gulshan, who is known for playing intense roles in films like “Shaitan” and “Hate Story”, is glad that his “young nieces and nephews” will finally be able to see him on the screen.
“Pichchar”, to be helmed by debutant Rohit Pathak, will narrate a heart-warming story of a struggling filmmaker, who forms an unlikely connection with a young boy. It will highlight how they become relevant in each others lives.
“It’s a sweet story about following your dreams and beating the odds. I play a very simple , small town guy with big dreams and immense potential, but is slowly but steadily being broken down by the ways of the entertainment industry.
“It’s a nice deviation from the kind of films and roles I’ve done so far. It’s a story that will appeal to both young and old, finally my young nieces and nephews can watch their ‘chachu’ on screen,” Gulshan said in a statement.
Gulshan is also remembered for his role as a sex addict in “Hunterrr”. He will next be seen in musical romantic thriller “Cabaret”, which is produced by Pooja Bhatt.