Suniel Shetty Is Set To Mark His Hollywood Debut As A Cop With Film Call Center

After marking his comeback with film Pehlwaan, Suniel Shetty is set to mark his Hollywood debut with film Call Centre and will be seen in a cop avatar, the actor is shooting for the film in Hyderabad

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Suniel Shetty Is Set To Mark His Hollywood Debut As A Cop With Film Call Center
Suniel Shetty has won a lot of acclaim for his performances in films over the years. The actor has made a huge contribution to Indian cinema for years now and marked his comeback recently. Suniel Shetty has returned to films after four years with his Kannada film Pehlwaan. Just like Anil Kapoor, Priyanka Chopra, Deepika Padukone, and several others, Suniel Shetty has climbed on to the Hollywood bus. While the actor is busy shooting for his next, pictures from the sets of the shooting schedule of the Hollywood film has gone viral on the internet.

Many Bollywood stars have played important roles in Hollywood films, mainly cop characters. After Priyanka Chopra and Anil Kapoor, now Suniel Shetty is set to mark his Hollywood debut with the role of a police officer. Recently pictures of the actor along with the director Jeffery Chin and the crew have been surfacing over the internet. The film is being shot in Hyderabad and is titled as Call Centre. Directed by American-Chinese filmmaker Jeffery Chin, Shetty will be seen playing the role of a cop in the film Call Centre. In the on-location picture from the sets, the Pehlwaan actor is snapped in an olive green turban and police officer uniform, portraying as a Sikh cop. According to reports in, the film is based on the real-life story of multimillion-dollar call centre fraud which was apparently busted by an Indian cop.(Also Read: Athiya’s Motichoor Chaknachoor Sacked Director Says, 'Bhatia Told Me ‘F**k You Bit*h’ In Front Of Suniel Shetty’; Producer Says, ‘She Abused’

According to reports, a source close to the development told a tabloid that the premise revolves around four guys who worked at a call centre in India and robbed a US-based company of $381 million, which while American agencies were a part of the robbery investigations, according to the source, an Indian police officer cracked the case.

The schedule of the film Call Centre has begun in September this year and will be wrapped up by the end of the year. Call Centre will release in the English language and will also be dubbed in Hindi and Telegu.

Meanwhile, on the work front, Suniel Shetty has Tamil film Darbar, Marakkar: The Lion of the Arabian Sea and Bollywood film Mumbai Saga in the pipeline.

Image source: Instagram/ @suniel.shetty_fc