Manoj Bajpayee is one of the most versatile actors this industry has got. He is known to blend into characters with ease. From intense dramas to light-hearted comedies he has aced every role. We’ve loved him in The Family Man and Farzi. Now, Manoj Bajpayee has dived into new waters and turned to produce for his upcoming movie Bhaiyaaji.
Manoj Bajpayee turns a producer for Bhaiyaaji
Sharing his excitement, Manoj Bajpayee says, “I am thrilled to step into the world of Bhaiyaaji. It will be a raw and intense character that I am excited to bring to life. A thorough mainstream entertainer that Bhaiyaaji is, made me decide to collaborate with Apoorv Singh Karki who directed Sirf Ek Bandaa Kaafi Hai and become the producer for this one along with the lovely team.”
Bhaiyaaji is an intense action, a gripping revenge drama, and heartfelt emotions of family bonding. The actor portrays the role of a rugged, strong-headed man who serves as an idol to many. This marks his first time stepping into the shoes of a producer promising to deliver unparalleled entertainment to his fans.
After Sirf Ek Bandaa Kaafi Hai, director Apoorv Singh Karki will direct Bhaiyaaji which will explore emotions like standing for your family & vengeance for the wrongs done towards your own. Deepak Kingrani is the one who penned the captivating narrative and the grungy world. It is going to bring back the dialoguebaazi of 70s and 80s Hindi Cinema. The film is all set to commence its shoot in mid-September, embarking on a 45-day shooting schedule across Uttar Pradesh.
Manoj Bajpayee, Bhanushali Studios Limited and SSO Production LLP in association with Aurega Studios. Vinod Bhanushali, Kamlesh Bhanushali, Samiksha Oswal, Shael Oswal, Shabana Raza Bajpayee, and Vikram Khakhar will produce it.
Manoj Bajpayee upcoming movies
Directed by Devashish Makhija, the actor’s next appearance will be in Jorum. In addition, he is also part of the movie Despatch, directed by Kanu Behl.
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