Veteran actor Anupam Kher just lately revealed the main points of the challenge through which Nina Gupta can be within the lead function. Taking to her Instagram deal with, Anupam unveiled the primary look poster of her upcoming movie ‘Shiv Shastri Balboa’ directed by Ajay Venugopalan.
The actor, who’s at present in New Jersey, stated the film could be “an fascinating story of an Indian surviving in a small American city”. The poster is carrying an incomparable white vest and blue denims. Look with the two-structured necklace and watch, it may be seen sitting with a severe expression on her face.
The second picture additionally reveals Nina Gupta, wearing a ruby coloured prime and carrying a multilayered pearl necklace. Nina and Anupam will be seen with a touch of smile on their faces.
Whereas sharing the picture, he wrote, “Presenting the primary look of my new movie #ShivshastriBalboa. An fascinating story in regards to the existence of an Indian in a small city in America !! Beautiful and sensible @neena_g is pleased to work with Gupta and a really fascinating and gifted worldwide solid and crew !! Extra particulars and surprises observe! “
Nina Gupta additionally posted on her Instagram account with the caption, “So excited to be working with upanupampkher in spite of everything these years, our new movie #ShivshastriBalboa #RockyBalboa # 519th movie # #IndianInAmerica #Humor #Drama #Household”
Director Ajayan Venugopalan is an Indian screenwriter, and movie director, who has written and directed the acclaimed Malayalam tv sitcom ‘Akkara Kashchakal’. This common TV sequence was adopted by a movie of the identical identify.
Anupam Kher, final seen in ‘The Unintentional Prime Minister’, has a number of different tasks within the pipeline, together with ‘The Final Present’, ‘Mungilal Rocks’ and ‘The Kashmir Information’.
Nina Gupta was just lately seen in ‘Sardar Ka Poutra’. He’ll then star within the crime thriller ‘Dial 100’ with Manoj Bajpayee and Sakshi Tanwar. Her kitty additionally has ‘83’, ‘Gwalior’ and ‘Goodbye’.
(With company inputs)