Siddharth Mallya did first film because of cuss word

Raj Baddhan

Senior Editor

Siddharth Mallya
Siddharth Mallya

Though��Siddharth Mallya has been making headlines for many years, he has only recently taken to��acting with��Qaushiq Mukherjee’s (also known as Q’s) film ‘Bhraman Naman’. The film premiered at the 2016��Sundance Film Festival. Mallya says that he signed the film because of a Hindi cuss word.

Mumbai Mirror reports Mallya saying, “I did an online search on Q and the film that came up was G*ndu. It is one of the few cuss words I know in my limited Hindi vocabulary and I told myself that I had to get involved with someone who made a film��with a title like that.”

Mukherjee also said, “Distribution for us in India has always been a problem. We’re hoping the film gets out because we need an American Pie, a film that challenges our social morality and fabric.”

‘Bhraman Naman’ first released on 24th January and is now all set to have a global release on Netflix.

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