Bollywood will soon wake up to a New Star
The string of new entrants coming to Bollywood is ceaseless. But in this sea of newcomers rarely do you come across a face as charming as Karan Wadhwani. Karan is not strictly a newcomer since he has already made his mark in the southern film industry. After dishing out a memorable performance, he is sure to be handpicked for the bigger stage – for something greater – Bollywood!
Firmly on the road to fulfill his dream of joining the starcast of Bollywood, Karan is equally humble in his approach. He understands the value of learning the art and craft of filmmaking. He went to Los Angeles to complete his Acting and Film Making course from New York Film Academy. He says, “Just as before the camera acting skills, it is very essential to have knowledge of what goes on behind it too.” Karan understands that to become a director’s dream he must understand the director’s mindset as well as precise camera angles. “This is the right way of acting,” Karan says.
After completing his training Karan came back to Mumbai. Fortunately enough, a few screen tests later, he got his first break in a Tamil film ‘Naanga Apadithan’ directed by Ravi Bhargavan. He enthralled director and everyone on set with his stellar performance after which he is in confident space and believe that in near future he can have a chance to showcase his acting talent in Bollywood.
Karan says, My first experience in south film industry was very professional and fast. Karan remains very grateful to his parents, who unlike many other parents, allowed him to pursue his dream and a career in Acting.
Karan is hard fan of Ranveer Singh for his different shades in various films. He is also a self-confessed fan of the great Amitabh Bachchanji, Nasseruddin , Nawazuddin , he hopes to emulate them some day.
After talking to him, there’s no doubt that with his enthusiasm and energy, he will take the bar higher.