For the viewers of Telugu cinema, Sundeep Kishan is already a household name. He blew audiences away with his performance in his debut film Prasthanam, which went onto become one of the most critically acclaimed films of 2010 declaring Sundeep as one of the best debutants in recent times. He continued his scene stealing streak with the light-hearted college drama Sneha Geetham. However, little did anyone know that before any of the above films happened the actor had a Hindi role safely stored in his kitty with one of the most prestigious production houses of the industry.
Come April 28th and Sundeep Kishan will be at last unveiled to the Hindi cinema audiences in Ekta Kapoor’s Shor In the City directed by duo Raj Nidimoru and Krishna DK aka Raj and DK. Sundeep is said to be playing an aspiring cricketer in the satirical comedy set in the iconic metropolitan that is Mumbai. The film encompasses three different stories, one of which stars Sundeep as the the leading actor. For the first time the actor will be seen in a romantic angle. Some say the film may just land him the one tag that no one would have guessed, from his debut film, for him to have – “the boy next door”.
The actor has also hopped on the endorsement bandwagon as the face of 7up in the state of Tamil Nadu. He’s taken over holdings and TV spots this IPL season with the launch of this campaign. Sundeep also has taken up social networking to stay connected to his fans. Catch him tweeting at twitter.com/sundeepkishan
He’s already claimed all the acclaim a new comer could possibly garner from his first film and now is ready to do much the same with his Hindi debut as a lead. Shor In the City has Sundeep co-staring with Tushaar Kapoor, Preeti Desai and Senthil Ramamurthy. Having already done its rounds in the Festival circuit, Shor will be coming to a cinema near you this April the 28th.
Stay tuned to BollySpice for the latest updates on this dark satirical comedy from the producers of Love, Sex Aur Dhokha including an exclusive interview with Sundeep Kishan himself!