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Danish Sait to appear as Karshan Roy in 777 Charlie

The TV presenter and comedian plays an important role in the Rakshit Shetty-starrer; director Kiranraj revealed a special poster on Danish Sait’s birthday

Published: 01st July 2020

There's quite a bit of buzz these days about Rakshit Shetty-starrer 777 Charlie. The adventure comedy-drama, directed by Kiranraj, has now gained another interesting factor with Humble Politician Nograj-fame Danish Sait playing a role in it.

The TV presenter and comedian, who became an online sensation with his latest ‘conversation’ series, will be seen in an important role, confirms the director. He also revealed a still featuring him alongside Rakshit Shetty and Charlie on Danish Sait’s birthday.

“Danish plays Karshan Roy in our film. He will be a part of the journey of Dharma (played by Rakshit Shetty), and he has completed the shooting. Details of his character will be revealed later, closer to when we start our film’s promotion. However, Danish plays a never-seen-before role,” Kiranraj asserts.

Meanwhile, Danish is equally glad to be part of 777 Charlie. “I owe my career in films to Rakshit Shetty. If he hadn’t produced my first film, Humble Politician Nograj wouldn’t have happened. I had to do this for him. He is my brother and I can never say no to him. I am glad I'm part of 777 Charlie,” says Danish, who has already been presented a watch, which he calls a pre-birthday gift.

The actor also spent a little time with Charlie while shooting his parts. “Charlie is like a dictator — he’s got six lookalikes and I don’t know which Charlie I met and had scenes with,” he chuckles.

777 Charlie is presented by Pushkar Films and jointly produced by Rakshit Shetty and GS Gupta under the banner of Paramvah Studios. The film also features Raj B Shetty and Sangeetha Sringeri. Music has been composed by Nobin Paul and cinematography is by Aravind Kashyap.

The makers aim to release the film in five languages — Kannada, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Hindi.

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