Deepak Singh Bags Two Big Projects After Creating A Niche In Regional Cinema

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Mumbai, 08th October 2019 (News Helpline).
Tall and Handsome Deepak Singh created a niche for himself in regional cinema.
Noted for his nuanced performance, the actor is ready to take the Hindi cinema
with his forthcoming content driven social drama.

Deepak Singh is almost six-foot tall, a
towering presence is hard to miss, which is laced with dedication towards craft
and humbleness, the combination is hard to miss.

Talking about his journey, Deepak said,

“It has been great. I am just getting started
and warmed up; I have a long way to go and lot of cover. I was fortunate enough
to get work, good quality work. I have done regional movies, such as ‘Once Upon
A Time in Bihar’ and ‘Deswa’, then I got Aegan, which was a Tamil release, so far,
it’s been going great. I did some commercial in between, which were great”

“Now I’m moving to main stream Hindi Cinema. So,
I am excited about the transition. See, many people try to make this sort of
transition from regional to main stream, but some get lucky, some don’t. Most
people get stereotype roles, I think I am fortunate to get a lead role” added
Deepak.  

Talking about his Hindi release, Deepak said,

“I wanted to work in Hindi main stream
cinema
for the longest. I’ve read many scripts but nothing stood out.
Then I came across Aayam, which is based on social discrimination, and I
thought to myself, this I need to do. I am playing the main lead in the film,
which is great. The film will release soon”

“I have signed one more Hindi movie. The
makers are still working out the title but I think the tentative title would be
Firauti. The film is different than Aayam. The genre and background are totally
different. The cast is finalized and shooting will commence soon enough. Plus,
I have bagged a music video, which will release in November”

Cannot wait to see Deepak Singh creating his niche in Hindi Cinema as Well!

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