Shaam Replaces Aditya in Mahesh Rao's next

The makers of the yet-to-be-titled film have announced their new antagonist.

Published: 04th April 2016 07:42 AM  |   Last Updated: 04th April 2016 07:42 AM   |  A+A-

Actor Shaam is not somebody to turn his face away when evil knocks at his door; instead he finds ample creativity in a devil’s character. So, when the makers of the yet-to-be-titled Yash and Radhika Pandit starrer, helmed by Mahesh Rao, had to look out for a new villain, when their chosen antagonist Aditya dropped out due to scheduling issues, Shaam got to wink his evil eye.

Shaam.jpgAccording to director Mahesh, they did not want to hurry when Aditya opened up with his priorities. “After Aditya dropped out, we did not hasten the project since we wanted somebody who could justify the negative shade. That is when Shaam came to our mind and fortunately, he too liked the character. We closed the deal on Sunday,” the director says and adds that the Shaam was so convinced with the role that he will soon be completing his pending project and has even postponed his other film to accommodate dates for this film.

Meanwhile, sources state that Yash and Radhika will be getting a makeover for the film, which will be revealed as and when the photo-shoot is completed. Yash is currently in Mumbai to get a new hairdo. We have to wait and watch to know the title of the film which is produced by K Manju.

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