Aamir Ali On Playing Eddie In Black Widows After Naxalbari: 'It Was A Complete U-Turn'- EXCLUSIVE

Aamir Ali has been making a lot of appearances in the OTT world, of late. The actor speaks about playing different characters and loving the opportunities coming his way

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Aamir Ali On Playing Eddie In Black Widows After Naxalbari: 'It Was A Complete U-Turn'- EXCLUSIVE
It’s been an exciting month for Aamir Ali fans, who were treated to the actor's digital debut, Naxalbari, a few weeks ago and are in for a surprise with his next web-show, Black Widows, releasing tomorrow. 

Aamir’s performance was highly applauded in Naxalbari and many compared him to the Professor in Money Heist. After giving a power-packed performance as the crooked and cunning Ambar Keswani, Aamir will be making a special appearance in Black Widows where he will be seen playing a polar opposite role than Naxalbari. ALSO READ: Naxalbari: Fans Compare Aamir Ali's Character Of Ambar Keswani To That Of Alvaro Morte's 'The Professor' From Money Heist

“I am loving what I am getting to do as an actor. Naxalbari and Black Widows aren’t just two different web-series, they are completely different stories that have given me the opportunity to play completely different characters,” says Aamir. ALSO READ: Aamir Ali Speaks About Exploring OTT PLatform Ahead Of His Digital Debut, Naxalbari - EXCLUSIVE

Speaking of his character, Eddie in Black Widows, Aamir says, “After playing Keshwani in Naxalbari, it was a complete u-turn for me to switch to Eddie. Black Widows will see me in an entirely different avatar again where I play a naive character, who is innocent and has his own charm. It might sound simple but I had to shake up the actor in me to play the part. It was a lot of hard work but a lot of fun to explore a very different side of me.”

Black Widows is an engaging story with plenty of suspense and a large dose of dark humor. The show was shot in Kolkata during the pandemic, keeping all safety precautions in mind.

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