Sunny Kaushal Is Elated About Getting To Play Varied Characters In His Upcoming Films

Though the actor has some really interesting movies in his kitty, Sunny is elated about getting to play varied characters in his upcoming movies.

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Sunny Kaushal Is Elated About Getting To Play Varied Characters In His Upcoming Films
Actor Sunny Kaushal, who was appreciated for his supporting role of Himmat Singh in Akshay Kumar’s Gold, has managed to bag not one but three films this year. The newbie plays a lead role in RSVP's Bhangra Paa Le, has signed Dinesh Vijan’s Shiddat alongside Radhika Madan and will also be seen in Hurdang opposite Nushrat Bharucha. Though the actor has some really interesting movies in his kitty, Sunny is elated about getting to play varied characters in his upcoming movies. 

The actor was quoted saying, “I feel blessed that the makers are trusting me with such interesting roles. All the characters come from entirely different worlds, and they are amazing yet grounded stories. Jaggi in Bhangra Paa Le is a passionate dancer trying to find himself. Daddu in Hurdang is a student fighting for his rights and love. In Shiddat, every action of the character is motivated by love. As an actor, I couldn’t have asked for more."


Speaking about the cast of Hurdang, Shaailesh R Singh revealed, “It’s a young, restless love story from the 90s. People in 1990s were innocent and vulnerable. They didn’t have the advantage of technology the way youngsters have now. There was a deep desire to fight for your cause and claim your right. Sunny, Nushrat and Vijay fit in quite naturally. Sunny and Nushrat play students coming from different ideologies and backgrounds, but a couple destined to be together. They play childhood lovers who have grown up together. Both Sunny and Nushrat bring innocent and palpable energy, naturally into the story.”

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