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01-17-2014, 06:54 PM #1
"I'm doing a Hindi horror film titled as Plot No 666" : Mohammad Nazim
The good looking actor Mohammad Nazim is all set to debut on the big screen with his Punjabi film Phukre and in a Hindi film too. Here he talks about his films, what made him take the offers for films and much more in conversation with us...
The dashing actor Mohammad Nazim who is currently seen in Star Plus show, Saath Nibhana Saathiya as Ahem is simultaneously working in a Punjabi film as well. Well as per the latest news he is all set to be seen in a Hindi film too.
Mohammad Nazim has pretty much enjoyed shooting for the film and is looking forward for his films to get released, "Yes I'm doing a Hindi film and it's from the horror genre. My film is titled as Plot No 666. The shooting for the film is over and right now we are dubbing for the same. It was a great experience and I am looking forward for my both films to hit the floors," he states.
So when is the film releasing? "Well, it is yet to be decided. As of now my Punjabi film will release first and then this Hindi movie. As I have stated earlier that the film is in the post-production stage so nothing has been finalized yet," Nazim explains.
When asked Nazim about the details of the film and the cast of the film he says, "I can't talk much about the movie but all I can say is that the story is based on real life incident. There are all new comers in the film including me. Few of them are from Splits villa - a reality show that used to air on MTV India and others are models."
He was very much impressed with the storyline of the film and as horror a film doesn't take much of time for shooting that is why Nazim took up this offer, "It's because the story was very appealing and also such movies don't take much time to shoot. There are only one or two locations needed for the shoot and also it's not a lengthy process to shoot the film."
Nazim who is very well appreciated for his role of Ahem in a popular daily soap is not very keen to play the character post leap. As the news has been making the rounds that the show Saath Nibhana Saathiya is soon to take a leap, when asked Mohammad Nazim about the same, he says, "Well, if the leap is between 5 to 10 years then I don't mind but if it's more than the specified age then I'll have to think about it. Right now nothing has been finalized so it's not right to talk. Yes, if the production is keeping my look the same then I wouldn't mind continuing it."
We wish Mohammad Nazim good luck for his upcoming films!
01-23-2014, 12:05 AM #2
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