World cinema is really evolving, says ‘bad man’ Gulshan Grover

  • IANS, Mumbai
  • Updated: Apr 11, 2016 17:15 IST
Actor Gulshan Grover poses for photographers upon arrival at the premiere of the film Beeba Boys, showing as part of the London Film Festival on Oct. 8, 2015. (AP)

Bollywood’s ‘bad man’ Gulshan Grover, who is exploring international showbiz nowadays, says that world cinema is “really evolving”. “I am doing a Malaysian, Australian and Italian film and I feel world cinema is really evolving, because it also talks about different cultures and has some amazing content. Working in different kinds of films teaches you a lot,” said Gulshan.

He is currently busy promoting his web movie Badman, a comic caper wherein Gulshan relaunches himself in the Indian film industry, but this time as a hero. “This is something new for me as well. I am exploring something new and I feel it’s time to evolve. But nobody can say how it will unfold in years to come... We will get a better picture about web series and web movies,” he said.

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Badman is co-written by Soumik Sen, who is also the film’s director, and comedian Anubhav Pal.

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