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Riteish Deshmukh gets Bank Chor

riteish gets bank chor

Remember Bank Chor, yes the movie of Y Films wherein Kapil Sharma the standup comedian was seen doing this film is being given to Riteish Deshmukh. 2014 seems to be lucky for this Marathi Mulga as he has already two movies hit in the Box Office, while his own Marathi movie venture having Salman Khan in its cameo role is hitting the theatres this Friday. Amidst the busy promotional schedule of Lai Bhaari, he seems to have got the lead role in Y Films’ upcoming movie called Bank Chor. The shooting of the movie is about to start since it has plans to hit the theatre 2015’s early months.  As per Riteish, he simply liked the script, which was the basic reason for giving his consent for the movie.

The actor also loves the team and the character he would be playing in this forthcoming movie. After experimenting with Ek Villain, with negative role he seems to have to toying around with different roles and perhaps the upcoming Bank Chor would be very much different. As far as the filmmakers are concerned, Riteish is among the best options they had for this movie, which is basically a comic movie with a different style. So this time Riteish has something extra with the comedy, which he really liked in the script. Riteish has been known for his comic timing in Bollywood in different movies like Masti, Houseful, Humshakals, etc.

However, his recent movie – Ek Villain got a flying start thanks to the ace performance of this man in negative and other novices in the movie. With a clean and good track record, Riteish is likely to go good in the upcoming movie Bank Chor. The movie is based on three morons who try to rob a bank and end up choosing one of the worst days to rob the bank. This simply put them at the crossfire in between the police, politician and corporate. The director of this movie is Bumpy, while it is produced by the man called Ashish Patil. You more exciting stuff for the movie in pipeline, don’t miss to catch up the same.

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