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Ronit Roy essays role of a cop in Spotify's new podcast 'ACP Gautam'

'ACP Gautam' is a new Spotify Original podcast, which centres around a legendary cop who takes the listeners on a journey through his long and illustrious career.

Published: 23rd September 2021 03:46 PM  |   Last Updated: 23rd September 2021 03:46 PM   |  A+A-

Bollywood actor Ronit Roy

Bollywood actor Ronit Roy (Photo | PTI)

By ANI

MUMBAI: After playing the role of a cop in several films such as 'Shootout at Wadala', 'Boss', and 'Ugly', actor Ronit Roy has now once again donned the khaki uniform in a project, titled 'ACP Gautam'.

'ACP Gautam' is a new Spotify Original podcast, which centres around a legendary cop who takes the listeners on a journey through his long and illustrious career. Each episode will lure you with mysterious murders, robberies, kidnapping, extortion, terror investigations and more.

Speaking about it, Ronit said, "Performing a variety of roles in front of the camera comes naturally to me. However, taking a character as interesting as ACP Gautam to a podcast was a whole new experience. To emote through the mic, to convert expressions into some kind of sound or pause and conveying a variety of emotions just through voice and intonation -- it's all been good fun! I am eager for listeners to become a part of ACP's Gautam life, just as I have."

Although the story revolves around 'ACP Gautam' (Ronit Roy), it also has other compelling characters and sinister twists that bring the show to life. 



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