Here is what Director Aditya Datt has to say about Gulshan Devaiah and Anurag Kashyap sharing screen for the first time in Bad Cop

Here is what Director Aditya Datt has to say about Gulshan Devaiah and Anurag Kashyap sharing screen for the first time in Bad Cop

Here is what Director Aditya Datt

Ek khatarnak villain, ek janbaaz cop aur bahut twists? Disney+ Hotstar announces their upcoming action-drama series ‘Bad Cop’, a classic cop vs villain story with a lot of twists and turns. Karan, a fierce cop, tries to chase down Kazbe, a villain more powerful and deadly than him and simultaneously manages his relationships. The show marks Fremantle India’s first fictional series production in India Hotstar Specials’ Bad Cop will be released soon exclusively on Disney+ Hotstar.

Hotstar Specials’ Bad Cop is directed by Aditya Datt and adapted by Rensil D’Silva, introduces Anurag Kashyap as the quirky, charming, and deadly villain, Kazbe and Gulshan Devaiah as Karan a daunting and daring cop, the series also stars Harleen Sethi, Saurabh Sachdeva and Aishwarya Sushmita in pivotal roles.

Working on a project becomes easier when two actors have known each other for a longer time and are comfortable in each other’s company. Director of Bad Cop, Aditya Datt shares talks about how Gulshan Devaiah and Anurag Kashyap’s offscreen camaraderie made shooting with them an effortless process.

Talking about the same, director Aditya Datt said, “I actually didn’t think too much about Gulshan Devaiah and Anurag Kashyap’s personal equation off screen. From my lens, when I was casting them, I was looking for the perfect fit for my characters. They both are sharing screen for the first time and technically, they only shot for a total of eight days together during the whole shoot. During their shoots together, they were extremely comfortable onscreen and offscreen as they have known each other for a long time now. Their offscreen bond made the shooting process smoother than we had thought. I am sure they enjoyed shooting with each other and it will reflect in their onscreen roles as well”

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