Aftab moves from ‘Factory’ to ‘Acid Factory’February 21st, 2008 - 8:43 am ICT by admin
By Subhash K. Jha
Mumbai, Feb 21 (IANS) Aftab Shivdasani started his career nine years ago with “Mast”. Today, he has gone from Ram Gopal Varma’s “Factory” to director Suparn Varma’s “Acid Factory”. The movie is being made by Sanjay Gupta. “Yes, that’s what the film that I’ve signed with Sanjay Gupta is called. It’s a terrific role, the kind I’ve never done before. And I’m getting a totally different look for it,” Aftab said.
“Somewhere, I needed a change of pace. ‘Acid Factory’ will provide me that change,” Aftab added.
The film teams Aftab with Manoj Bajpai, Dino Morea, Fardeen Khan and Danny Denzongpa.
“There will be a romantic lead. But like a lot of Sanjay Gupta’s films, it will be a very macho kind of a movie with lots of action. I haven’t really done something like this,” said Aftab, who has finalised the director for his first production.
“I’ve chosen Glen, one-half of the Glen-Ankush duo from ‘Jaane Kya Hoga’.”
The actor has wrapped up his work in E. Niwas’ comedy “De Taali” and is ready to move on to Robby Grewal’s romantic comedy “Aloo Chaat” from Feb 25.
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