In the upcoming Prime Video sequence Farzi, Amol Palekar performs grandfather to Shahid Kapoor’s character Sunny. The youthful actor referred to as Amol the ‘OG center class good man’ and shared it was a privilege to have him on the present. Also starring Vijay Sethupathi, Raashii Khanna, Kay Kay Menon, Regina Cassandra and Bhuvan Arora, Farzi will premiere on February 10. (Also learn: Farzi trailer: Shahid Kapoor literally shows how to ‘make money’, can Vijay Sethupathi catch him?)
While that is the primary time the veteran actor is showing in an online sequence, he has acted within the Zee5 function movie 200 – Halla Ho in 2021. Another net sequence he had acted in, Gormint, is but to be launched. Shahid Kapoor is making his net debut with the present. The actor performs Sunny, an artist who tries to assist out his grandfather’s struggling newspaper and printing press in Mumbai from going below. He will get his pal Firoz (Bhuvan) to assist him forge banknotes. Sunny, who can copy any artwork, and Firoz, who’s a printing skilled, turn out to be profitable within the enterprise even with police officer Michael (Vijay) and a mafia don Mansoor (Kay Kay) on their path.
Speaking to the Hollywood commerce journal Variety, Shahid spoke about working with the veteran actor. He stated, “[Amol] was just perfect for the part – he had the gravitas and the experience and the goodness and the integrity, the language, the face – the body of work that he has done adds to the show. It was a privilege to have him on the show and to get to share screen space with the OG middle class good guy.”
Farzi co-creators Raj Nidimoru and Krishna DK additionally shared that they had been fortunate to have him on Farzi as he’s very choosy about his appearing roles since switching to course. They additionally revealed that the veteran stayed on as observer even after his scenes had been carried out.
Raj added in the identical article, “Farzi was a great template for us to talk about modern society, especially the middle class, the most neglected and the most angst-filled class – the under-appreciated and undervalued biggest section of the society… and to talk to the haves and have-nots, the whole juxtaposition of how especially Mumbai is, our country is – that’s the more deeper idea in it.”