Amrish Puri's grandson Vardhan to make his Bollywood debut in a Gone Woman-like romance thriller
The legendary Bollywood actor Amrish Puri’s grandson Vardhan Puri is all set to make his silver display debut.
Mumbai Mirror reports Vardhan will turn out to be the most recent star child to hitch the Bollywood bandwagon with a Jayantilal Gada-produced romantic-thriller.
After having beforehand labored as an assistant director at Yash Raj Movies, he additionally assisted Habib Faisal on Ishaqzaade and Daawat-e-Ishq and Manish Sharma on Shuddh Desi Romance.
Chatting with the tabloid, Vardhan stated: “I used to be supposed to begin off with a period-drama with Jayanti bhai, however for some cause that didn’t work out. He approached me later for this movie which I beloved and instantly gave my nod to.”
He additionally remarked on how his debut position shall be “performance-oriented” and the movie’s therapy shall be just like David Fincher’s Gone Woman.
Having educated beneath the identical mentor — Nationwide Award-winning actor-writer-director Satyadev Dubey — as his esteemed grandfather, Vardhan says even he has “a powerful inclination towards writing and course” however emphasises that performing stays his “old flame.”
Capturing for the movie is reported to start in September in a North Indian locale with recce presently occurring in Delhi and Shimla to discover a feminine lead reverse Vardhan.
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