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My focus is on being a filmmaker: 'The Last Hour' star Karma Takapa

'The Last Hour', which has been shot in Sikkim, revolves around an investigating officer probing a mysterious death.

Published: 11th June 2021 02:15 PM  |   Last Updated: 11th June 2021 02:15 PM   |  A+A-

'The Last Hour' actor Karma Takapa

'The Last Hour' actor Karma Takapa

By IANS

MUMBAI: Karma Takapa gained fandom as an actor with his portrayal of a shaman named Dev in the recent web series "The Last Hour" but, more than acting, it is filmmaking that interests him.

Talking about what's next after "The Last Hour" and if he plans to step into Bollywood, Karma told IANS: "I am actually a filmmaker. The next thing is that I am in a post-production of a film that I am doing. So, my focus is majorly being a filmmaker."

"I will see what happens on that front because I haven't thought about what's next in terms of movies, but I am focussed on directing the film that I have shot and hopefully it turns out fine for everybody to watch," he said.

Karma has graduated from the Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) in Pune. "The Last Hour" marked his debut in acting.

The show, which has been shot in Sikkim, revolves around an investigating officer probing a mysterious death. He takes the help of Dev, a man with supernatural power, to crack the case. The series streams on Amazon Prime Video.



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