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Doing a parallel lead with Aarya Babbar in ‘Zaheen’ says Nikhil Chaudhary

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Actor Nikhil Chaudhary, who next will be seen on screen in a film titled ‘Zaheen’, has said that he is playing a parallel lead along with Aarya Babbar in a psycho-thriller film.

Nikhil Chaudhary was interacting with the media on Friday in Mumbai.

Talking about his upcoming film, Nikhil said, “I am working in a film named ‘Zaheen’. In that film, I am working with Aarya Babbar. I have a parallel lead along with him in it. It’s a psycho-thriller film. It has been directed by Dhirendra M Dimri. He worked in the editing department with B.R. Chopra. I had a nice experience working with him. I am feeling excited about it and it is going to release very soon.” 

Nikhil added that he has also featured in a Music video which will be released soon, he said, “My Music video is going to release very soon and I am excited about it.  I was hosting an event and that time, Arjun Gaikwad who is a choreographer in Bollywood approached me for this song. I feel it’s very beautiful lines and Composition of the Song That I hooked up to it and we worked hard while making it.  We are in talks with one of the Top Music labels to present that song. “Tu Laazmi” has been sung by Shahid Mallya and Music Is Composed by Anjana Ankur Singh Who is one of the Youngest Composers of Bollywood Produced by Spark video tech LLP. It also features Ankita Bhatt. We have shot this song in Mumbai.”

Talking about his background, Nikhil said, “I belong to a small village near Meerut, Uttar Pradesh. I was always into acting and dancing since my school and college days. After finishing my college, I went to Delhi to do a job at a garment export company. During that period, my office colleagues encouraged me to do acting then, I thought that I should do theatre in Delhi.”

Talking about his struggle in Mumbai as an actor, Nikhil said, “I came to Mumbai to begin my acting career. I have been in Mumbai since the last 4-5 years. I have worked in theatre groups over here. I have also done anchoring shows, dance events, and live shows. I continued giving auditions and most of the time, I used to fail in those auditions. Then, I started feeling that may be I am not worthy enough to act in films. 

But I think hard work and luck play important role in the success of a man so, I am trying my best to sustain in this industry.”



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