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    Default I am sure that my fans will love seeing me as Ahmed Sinai in Midnight's Children: Ronit Roy

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    Suave and sophisticated Ronit Roy, who is currently seen as KD Pathak in Sony Entertainment Television’s Adaalat (Contiloe Telefilms), is very excited these days. Reason? His film, Deepa Mehta helmed Midnight’s Children, has hit the screens worldwide today (1 February 2013).

    So we called up this talented actor to learn about his experience on facing the camera for Deepa Mehta. Said Ronit: “The experience has been outstanding. I have learnt a lot from her. When I read the novel, the first thing that crossed my mind was how can someone make a movie on it. But Deepa Mehta is an exceptionally talented director and a very good human being. Midnight’s Children, the novel is written by Salman Rushdie and I must say it is an epic book. I request Salman’s fans that they should not miss this film.”

    What is your character all about? “I am playing a pivotal role in the movie of Ahmed Sinai. When I read the script for the first time I surrendered myself to Deepa Mehta as I had full faith on her. It is a wonderful art film. I am sure that my fans will love seeing me as Ahmed Sinai.”

    We are sure they will.

    Moving on, after winning hearts in television and Bollywood, Ronit is spreading his wings to make a mark in Hollywood. So is he eyeing for a global shot? “No nothing like that. I don’t plan anything and I like to go with the flow. I will always be committed to Adaalat. I believe the show has sustained and entertained masses for a long time now and viewers have showered us with love and appreciation.”

    And before signing off, he has this message for his fans, “Please go and watch Midnight’s Children. You all will love it.”

    Ronit… we wish you all the luck and success!!!



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