Men don’t follow the rules to be bad or bad or look handsome. It makes a personality of a person to be kind hearted person look like a bad but…. a sexy movie role or an instant sense can do the justice. Recently one of our own good boys is going to shed his good image and ready to relive his boy next door image. Actor Tanuj Virwani who has been an ultimate transformation from wholesome young cute boy to sexually-empowered and raunchier personality.
Tanuj who will be seen sharing space with the sexiest actor of Bollywood Sunny Leone in One Night Stand has stepped forward in his acting level and spoke extensively about his sensuous film in which he switches his role. Tanuj said, “I am a good boy I didn’t turn into anything but I pushed my limits to another level because, after that, only you know your limits. It’s great to work on all together on the different level.”
This Summer Tanuj Virwani is all set to raise the temperature with his bad boy avatar in his upcoming film ‘One Night Stand” where a good guy has a dark side and has a one night stand. When asked about nervousness doing intimate scenes with Sunny, he said, ” I was very comfortable on the sets and I didn’t really need sunny or anyone to help me out . We are both adults and professionals . Plus we share a good rapport on and off screen . I’m a big boy I can take care of myself ( he ends with a wink )”.
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