Navneet Malik is outspoken about bridging the gap between actors and directors
Navneet Malik on bridging the gap between actors and directors. Image source: IANS News
New Delhi, August 27: Model-turned-actor Navneet Malik spoke about what he doesn’t like about the entertainment industry, saying there should be a system where artists with potential can communicate with casting directors, and vice versa.
Navneet will soon be seen playing the negative lead in the thriller series ‘The Freelancer’.
Speaking to IANS, the actor known for his role in ‘Heropanti 2’ said: ‘What I like about this industry now is that people don’t restrict any actor to certain roles, whether positive or negative. They accept them in ‘different roles and personalities.’ This is the good part of this industry. “
He also added, “I don’t like that upcoming roles in the industry don’t reach potential people, as there are thousands of deserving and experienced people.”
“So, there has to be some system where people can communicate with the casting directors, and the casting directors have to communicate with the actors, whether they are in Mumbai or they live somewhere else, there has to be some system. So, this is where To which we said “It’s not available now”.
Navneet has faced his fair share of setbacks despite his talent and successful appearances in projects like ‘Heropanti 2’, ‘Love Hostel’ and the song ‘Jaaniya’ which has garnered over five million views. However, his spirit remains steadfast despite the challenges.
He added that he leans more towards action and romance films.
The Freelancer has an impressive cast, with Mohit Raina playing the freelancer, Anupam Kher as the brilliant analyst Dr. Khan, and Kashmira Pardesi as Alia.
The series is based on the book “Ticket to Syria” by Cherish Thorat. The story revolves around a daring rescue mission to save a young girl being held captive in war-torn Syria. It delves into the dangerous operations of the Islamic State (IS), revealing how they manipulate and recruit followers from all countries to their sinister cause.
The mastermind behind the series is acclaimed director Neeraj Pandey, who is known for his hit songs like ‘Special OPS’, ‘A Wednesday’, ‘Special 26’, ‘Baby’ and ‘MS Dhoni: The Untold Story’. Bhav Duliya takes over as director, promising an adrenaline-pumping experience.
The series also features Sushant Singh, Manjari Phadnis, Sarah Ganidias, John Cocken and Gauri Balaji in the lead roles.
The Freelancer will start streaming on Disney+ Hotstar on September 1st.
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