Even if sports-related movies may seem like a natural fit for him, actor Angad Bedi is more concerned with challenging himself and broadening his horizons.
Even if sports-related movies may seem like a natural fit for him, actor Angad Bedi is more concerned with challenging himself and broadening his horizons. And he’s all prepared to display his amorous side for the first time in his next movie, R Balki’s Ghoomer.
The enthusiastic Bedi explains, “This is my first time playing a romantic part. My character is a fairly regular business person but demonstrates remarkable grit by unreservedly supporting his love interest. Although it is a sports-based picture, for me it is a love movie, and I am appreciative to Balki for having faith in me to bring that character to life.
The actor believes romance is a genre he hasn’t had a chance to experience yet, but he is unable to pinpoint why.
“In my opinion, it all comes down to someone’s perspective and desire to view you in that role. I’ve been appreciative of every part I’ve received thus far. It’s human nature to have a predisposed opinion of all actors. But earlier in the 1990s, when his reputation as a romantic hero was already well-established, someone like Shah Rukh Khan likewise defied the romantic hero stereotype by doing such flawless work in other genres, Bedi adds.
The actor goes on to say that he doesn’t feel like he has been typecast into a certain role or pushed into a box. He would like to think that he has performed a variety of roles.
Because of my upbringing, athletics may often be an evident part of my life, and I’ve loved that. (Bedi is the descendant of cricket legend Bishan Singh Bedi.) Although I’m not portraying a sportsperson in this movie, Ghoomer is also a sports drama, according to Bedi, who believes that these days it’s much simpler to step outside of one’s comfort zone.
“I also feel like I’ve deliberately chosen bits that are out of the ordinary, like I’m always drawn to underdog tales, tales of someone who doesn’t always win, because that’s the truth. And it’s that reality that truly draws me to the parts I choose, he says.

Angad Bedi is thrilled to make his on-screen debut as a romantic hero.

Even if sports-related movies may seem like a natural fit for him, actor Angad Bedi is more concerned with challenging himself and broadening his horizons.
Even if sports-related movies may seem like a natural fit for him, actor Angad Bedi is more concerned with challenging himself and broadening his horizons. And he’s all prepared to display his amorous side for the first time in his next movie, R Balki’s Ghoomer.
The enthusiastic Bedi explains, “This is my first time playing a romantic part. My character is a fairly regular business person but demonstrates remarkable grit by unreservedly supporting his love interest. Although it is a sports-based picture, for me it is a love movie, and I am appreciative to Balki for having faith in me to bring that character to life.
The actor believes romance is a genre he hasn’t had a chance to experience yet, but he is unable to pinpoint why.
“In my opinion, it all comes down to someone’s perspective and desire to view you in that role. I’ve been appreciative of every part I’ve received thus far. It’s human nature to have a predisposed opinion of all actors. But earlier in the 1990s, when his reputation as a romantic hero was already well-established, someone like Shah Rukh Khan likewise defied the romantic hero stereotype by doing such flawless work in other genres, Bedi adds.
The actor goes on to say that he doesn’t feel like he has been typecast into a certain role or pushed into a box. He would like to think that he has performed a variety of roles.
Because of my upbringing, athletics may often be an evident part of my life, and I’ve loved that. (Bedi is the descendant of cricket legend Bishan Singh Bedi.) Although I’m not portraying a sportsperson in this movie, Ghoomer is also a sports drama, according to Bedi, who believes that these days it’s much simpler to step outside of one’s comfort zone.
“I also feel like I’ve deliberately chosen bits that are out of the ordinary, like I’m always drawn to underdog tales, tales of someone who doesn’t always win, because that’s the truth. And it’s that reality that truly draws me to the parts I choose, he says.

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