Abhay Deol Recalls His Two Successful Projects and expressed gratitude to his fans for applauding his work
Actor Abhay Deol is noted for his portrayal of complex characters on screen and is vociferous in his support for parallel cinema in India. He has often been labeled as a nonconformist or an unconventional actor by Indian media.
Remembering the year 2019 and 2020, Abhay shared a few glimpses of his films Chopsticks and the series JL-50 on his gram. Along with it, the Dev D actor also expressed his gratitude to his fans for applauding his work. And also talked about his upcoming projects.
Abhay wrote, Starting with the 1st @netflix_in film “Chopsticks” from India, to being an actor and producer once again on Netflix with @officialwhataretheodds in 2020, followed with “JL-50” on @sonylivindia, I am grateful for the success these films and show have received from the public. Humbled by the response, I cannot complain even though 2020 was a s#!t year for the world. I am happy I was able to entertain you through a tough time, many of you have been asking me when my next projects will release. Stay tuned, the next two are with Disney US, and Disney Hotstar India. I promise you that I will continue to make #whatbollywouldnt.
@netflix_in @sonylivindia @filmkaravanoriginals @viniyardfilms @goldenratiofilmsg, Vision 20 Entertainment Inc, Flying Dragon Entertainment
About the film, Chopsticks is a Netflix film released in the year 2019. The plot of this film revolves around a woman who loses her car to a Mumbai thug and seeks help from a conman to recover it. This film has been directed by Sachin Yardi apart from Abhay Deol stars actors like Mithila Palkar, and Vijay Raaz were seen in pivotal roles.
About the series, series Jl-50 was released on September 4, 2020, including Abhay Deol the series, stars some of the most popular stars in the industry, Ritika Anand, Rohit Basfore, Amrita Chattopadhyay, Pankaj Kapur, Piyush Mishra, and Rajesh Sharma. It was written and directed by Shailender Vyas.
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