Bollywood actor Angad Bedi has an interesting lineup of films to look forward to; The Zoya Factor is one of them. Well, this one is a little special for him because, in the film, Angad Bedi will be seen as a cricketer. For the unaware, his father Bishan Singh Bedi is a former Indian cricketer and Angad, too, wanted to pursue a career in that sport, however, destiny had some different plans for him. Coming back to The Zoya Factor, Angad Bedi’s first look as Robin from the film is out and, in a recent conversation, the actor opened up on his character and the preparations that went behind.
In the film, Angad plays a crucial part of the Indian cricket team and the movie takes the audience into the psyche of the cricket team. For his look, Angad underwent a series of trials and changes before nailing the final ones for the film based on what his character is. Elaborating further on the same, Angad said, “He is a gregarious and magnetic character. My character Robin has the bad-boy charm. He is the superstar of the team. He is passionate and dedicated to his game. But he gets insecure and the consequences make him human and real. The players look up to him. He has groomed people and everyone around wants to emulate him. Abhishek has given a complex behaviour pattern to explore. I love the graph of the character - glory, dejection, failure, success. He is very different from my personality and I understand the psyche of a sportsperson and all these emotions came alive to me while playing this character.”
Upon being asked about his look, the actor added, “The look is snazzy and it is a very contemporary look which will relatable to all the millennials. My character is meant to be is very high on fashion, wears high end branded clothes; he likes flashy cars because he is so popular. He has a fan following, he makes no bones about being the superstar of the team."
The Zoya Factor, which is based on Anuja Chauhan’s bestselling novel by the same name, co-stars Dulquer Salmaan and Sonam Kapoor in the lead roles. The film is slated to hit the big screens on September 20, 2019.