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Wednesday, Nov 13, 2019

Suniel Shetty shoots for debut Hollywood film, Call Centre, in Hyderabad

Actor Suniel Shetty, who was earlier seen in Don’t Stop Dreaming, is currently shooting for Hollywood film Call Centre in Hyderabad, claims report.

bollywood Updated: Oct 14, 2019 11:13 IST
HT Correspondent
HT Correspondent
Hindiustan Times, New Delhi
Suniel Shetty is working on another action film, a Hollywood production.
Suniel Shetty is working on another action film, a Hollywood production.
         

Bollywood actor Suniel Shetty had been reportedly shooting for a Hollywood film Call Centre since September and the film may likely be released in Telugu and Hindi dubbed versions as well. A Mumbai Mirror report claimed Suniel has “quietly started shooting” for the film directed by American-Chinese filmmaker Jeffery Chin, in Hyderabad.

A source told the tabloid, “The premise revolves around four guys who worked at a call centre in India and robbed a US-based company of $381 million. While American agencies were involved in the investigation, it was the Indian police that cracked the case.” Suniel has a lot of chase and action sequences and they will be shot in Hyderabad, the source added.

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The report further stated that the film is based on a real Indian cop who took down the multimillion-dollar call centre scam. Suniel plays the role of the Sikh police officer in the film, which will have a mix of Indian and American actors, it added.

Though Suniel was seen in British film Don’t Stop Dreaming, Call Centre will be his first Hollywood film in a full-fledged role. Earlier, talking about hitting a low phase in his career, Suniel had told Hindustan Times, “I’m not where they (other actors who began careers with him) are because I screwed up. So, who is to blame for that? I can’t blame anybody else for that. If I made the wrong choice of films, then they are my choices. I strongly believe that to undo what I’ve done, I have to work hard to choose the right film. I don’t need to be greedy. The media have been very kind to me and have kept me alive [in the public eye] in the past three-and-a-half years.”

Last seen in Kannada film Pailwan alongside Sudeep, Suniel will now feature in Hera Pheri 3 and Mumbai Saga.

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