‘Veere Di Wedding’ fame Sumeet Vyas turns grey for ‘Made In China’

62

Following the addition of Rajkummar Rao and Mouni Roy to the upcoming ‘Made in China,’ another name has joined the star cast in Sumeet Vyas of ‘Veere Di Wedding’ (2018) fame.

After establishing his name in the digital world, Vyas is all set to rock Bollywood with yet another unconventional role in ‘Made In China.’ While he played Kareena Kapoor Khan’s love interest in ‘Veere Di Wedding,’ this one will feature Vyas in shades of grey., reports The Free Press Journal. The star believes that he decided to break out of the zone and experiment with something new.

Speaking on his role in ‘Made In China’, he said, “About my character, Let’s just say… “he’s not nice”. As an artist, I was getting too comfortable playing slightly different versions of myself and I had to break out of this comfy massage chair. I had to put myself in an uncomfortable position. The choices I’ve made this year are a reflection of that. I think every now and then there’s a certain emotion that governs your mind as an artist. So the films I watch, the books I read, the stories I write are all essentially going through that funnel of mood. And I think the universe has been kind enough to let me explore my eccentricity.”

Vyas also expressed his excitement of working with the ‘Made In China’ team wherein he added, “I’m super excited to work with Rajkummar, he’s one of the most committed actors I’ve seen in a long time. But I’m equally excited to work with Maddock films, their spread of scripts are mouthwatering and Mikhil and his team! Mikhil’s energy is very inspiring. I think he’s going to be one of the most sought after directors very soon.”
Also featuring Boman Irani and Amyra Dastur in prominent roles, ‘Made In China’ is expected to release 15th August next year.
Stick with BizAsiaLive.com for more updates.

Latest From Related Articles

Shah Rukh Khan to begin work on Rakesh Sharma’s biopic by May 2019?

Shahid Kapoor denies rumours of cancer

Kangna Ranaut begins prep for Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari’s ‘Panga’

Leave Comment

Please enter your name here
Please enter your comment!