Pawan Shankar will make his Bollywood debut soon

Actor Pawan Shankar, who recently returned to television after a six-year break, is ready for his Bollywood debut. Their song on the show, 'Guddan Tumse Na Ho Payega', has ended and the next time they see it on the big screen, in the Ajay Devgn and Sanjay Dutt-starrer, 'Bhuj - Pride of India'. When talking about his role, Pawan says: I am playing Omani, the head of Intelligence between Services (ISI), who instigated the Kutch attack during the India-Pakistan war in 1971 and destroyed the airstrip in the Bhuj airport . It is one of the most important roles of my career, and I am excited to work with such talented co-stars. director Abhishek Dudhaiya I had seen my work on the television show 'Siddhanth' (2004) and wanted to include me in his film. ”

While Pawan has played the leading role in television shows, he is playing the antagonist in this movie. Do you have any apprehension about becoming negative on the screen? He says: In today's cinema, the antagonist has no particular image. In fact, the main actors play protagonists and antagonists. Saif Ali Khan It is among the actors, who have played both types of roles equally well.

Pawan says that filming for a movie is different from filming for a television show. “In the movies, you finish each shot with precision and accuracy, and the quality of the equipment is excellent. On television, there is so much content to end in a day and, therefore, we have to compromise performance. Ek baar mein jo of diya, of diya; shot dekhne ka bhi time nahi hota.