Sikandar Kher to produce films

Copyright Times of India
Copyright Times of India

Already an established actor, apparently��Sikandar Kher is looking to venture in other mediums of film making.

Revealing his plans to the media,��NDTV reported Kher explaining, “I am looking at producing films soon. I have started my own production company. It is my own and not a company with my parents (Anupam Kher and Kirron Kher). Something is getting developed. Hopefully, I will announce it soon.”

This being said, Kher did explain that he won’t be abandoning his acting career any time soon as he still feel he has a long way to go. “Constantly working is a sign of getting good work and being successful. I am still trying to get there. I am working towards that. None of my films worked on a mass level. So, this time I said ‘I will do what I really want to do’. At the end of the day, I should enjoy what I am doing. Rest is in god’s hands. I love being in front of camera,” the actor expressed.

Talking of which, after a three year break, Kher has now got a lot going on for himself when it comes to being in front of the camera. His next big release will be in the Abhishek Sharma’s laugh out comedy ‘Tere Bin Ladan: Dead or Alive’. Talking about what the film means to him, Kher stated, “I was looking for something interesting and exciting. I always wanted to do comedy and luckily, this came my way. It’s a light hearted film. It’s a situational comedy and not vulgar. I hope the viewers forget about their daily worries while watching it. The film gave me a lot of scope for performance. There were some challenges. I had to shave my hair off to play an American. For the Punjabi guy, I had to put on 18 kgs. But the script was so funny. I absolutely enjoyed doing it.”

He will also be seen on the small screen in the second season of the India TV Series ’24’. “I have finished shooting the first schedule of the second season of ’24’. The next one will most probably happen in March. Initially, I didn’t know how it would be like, but when it started and I got into the skin of the character. I realised that it involves a lot of work every day. The work load is much higher. But for an actor, it’s a fun thing as there is no waiting. TV pace is much faster,” the actor expressed about the show.

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