Starring in his shortest movie ever, Bollywood’s veteran actor, Anupam Kher has made a point on the superpowers of “The Moustache.” In a way that you can only believe coming from Mr. Kher, this 58 seconds silent short movie is a hilarious relief. On his social media post, he aptly mentions that the movie is a tribute to Charlie Chaplin, raising the bar of curiosity even more.
Featuring alongside Anupam Kher is New York’s very own Eshan Bay. The American film, TV, and stage actor first appeared on stage in Long Wharf’s “Agnes Under The Big Top,” for which he won the Best Newcomer Award (CCC). He has worked with David Fincher on Netflix’s “House of Cards”, and starred in David Andalman’s “American Milkshake,” which premiered at Sundance.
Thanking Mr. Kher for the opportunity Bay wrote, “As a notorious night-owl, it was an honor to wake up at the crack of dawn, shotgun four Monster Energy drinks, and create this silly short with the legendary @anupampkher One of the most kind, generous, warm, and wise men I’ve ever met, its no wonder he’s had the kind of success he’s known for. He’s been whipping me into shape in more ways than one. As he likes to say “kuch bhi ho sakta hai.”
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Anupam Kher also shared the first look of his upcoming movie “Shiv Shastri Balboa” featuring the evergreen Neena Gupta and a very interesting and talented international cast and crew. He wrote on his social media post about the movie that it is, “A fascinating tale of survival of an Indian in a small town in America!!
A few days back he had spiked the interest of his fans with a post showing an airplane landing in America, with a post saying, “Delighted to announce my 519th film while flying above the #AtlantcOcean at 36000 feet. God has been kind to me. It is so humbling to be able to reach this possibility. Of course, it is my hard work but it is also the blessings of millions of people, my fans, my followers on SM, my friends, my family, my elders. Also thanks to #IndianFilmIndustry and the filmmakers around the world for being so kind and generous to me. I feel special. Will give you the other details about the film soon!!”
Not competent enough to sit idle and stare as the world goes by, Pallavi is optimistic to a fault and believes in building her world on her own rather than depending on others to make things right.