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Guru Randhawa to make acting debut with Hindi musical drama film

Darpan News Desk IANS, 26 Jul, 2021 01:07 PM
  • Guru Randhawa to make acting debut with Hindi musical drama film

Mumbai, July 26 (IANS) Singer-composer Guru Randhawa is all set to make his debut as an actor. The 29-year-old, who till now has featured in music videos, will be seen in a Hindi musical drama feature film for the first time.

The film's story revolves around the tumultuous journey of a young musician from the depths of anonymity to fortune and status.

Talking about his acting debut, Guru Randhawa shared: "I'm quite excited to explore new horizons and expand my capabilities, as an artist I've always strived to discover myself in new and creative ways. Working on this film was quite an instinctive decision and I'm blessed to have this opportunity to showcase my journey and talent."

"Trying something new always comes with a set of challenges and l'm super thrilled to put in all my hard work into it this dream project. I can't wait to take my fans on this exciting journey with me and l'm sure it will suprise them beyond bounds," the "Nain Bengali" singer added.


The yet untitled film will be backed by Endemol Shine India.

"We are pleased to collaborate with and launch the musical powerhouse that is Guru Randhawa! The joy as producers and creators is to be able to create content that has wide appeal and is unique, relatable yet entertaining for a wide demographic. Guru has a dedicated fan base who I'm sure will be very excited to see him make his acting debut," shared Abhishek Rege, CEO Endemol Shine India.

While the rest of the cast is still being decided, the makers claim that the film will be a rollercoaster ride peppered with lyrical and foot tapping music.

Video courtesy of YouTube. 

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