Actor Emraan Hashmi has a slew of interesting films lined up over the next few months. Fans, social media and media alike believe it’s finally time for Actor 2.0, after a period of slump in the recent past.
His new film, Sanjay Gupta’s multistarrer gangster drama “Mumbai Saga” has hit theaters, and Emraan will soon be co-starring with Amitabh Bachchan in the psychological thriller “Chehre”. He also lined up horror film “Ezra”, and unconfirmed sources have said he could play the villain in Salman Khan-Katrina Kaif’s biggie “Tiger 3”.
Is it time for Emraan Hashmi 2.0, finally? “I keep hearing this, but honestly I don’t know because I always make the same effort that I always have in my job. I wanted to change things around me. Now “Chehre” is out and I can say it’s a new side of me that people haven’t seen. I was lucky to have such opportunities, ”replied the actor.
The year started on a bright note for Emraan Hashmi. He stars in the music video for singer Jubin Nautiyal’s new superhit “Lut gaye”. The song, composed by Tanishq Bagchi with lyrics by Manoj Muntashir, stars opposite model Emraan Yukti Thareja in the music video, which garnered more than 300 million views on YouTube within a month of its launch. The track is also all the rage on social media platforms.
Emraan says he would definitely want to work in a music video again. The actor adds, however, that his fans should wait because he wants to keep the exclusivity.
“I feel happy when I hear people say that I can’t take my place when it comes to appearing in music videos. But I think if I keep making music videos, they will definitely start looking for a replacement for me! The public will have to wait a bit because that’s all about exclusivity, ”said Emraan Hashmi.
Speaking of the song’s success, Emraan said, “I’m still in shock! I knew it was a special song that would do well but now I stopped following because every day the views are increasing by 10 or 15 million. It’s completely gone crazy!
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