Pradeep Rangwani and Subroto Paul’s directorial venture, NIRDOSH, which is being called India’s 1st ever suspect thriller, stars Arbaaz Khan, Manjari Fadnnis, Ashmit Patel and Maheck Chahal. The film is a murder mystery and everyone, including the investigating officer, is a suspect.
The trailer of the film has already created quite some buzz and piqued the interest, and patrons are keen to figure out more about the film and the suspect. Meanwhile, we share an insight into the characters of the film NIRDOSH, which have certainly left us intrigued and excited. You never know if these character sketches may give hint or two about the suspect.
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Ada Saxena played by Maheck Chahal:
Gautam and Shinaya’s paying guest, Ada, is an independent woman who aspires to make it big in the film industry. She gets into an illicit relationship with Gautam, but denies any involvement in the murder.
Produced by UV films, NIRDOSH is scheduled to hit the cinemas on 19th January, 2018.
To know more, you can watch the trailer of the film here.
Gautam Grover played by Ashmit Patel:
Ashmit Patel will be seen playing the role of Gautam Grover, Shinaya’s husband. Gautam admits that he was guilty of cheating on his wife, but denies any involvement in murder.
Shinaya Grover played by Manjari Fadnnis:
Manjari Fadnnis will reprise the role of Shinaya Grover, a woman who is trying to strike a balance between her demanding job as a media professional and her family. She is the picture-perfect mother and wife, who wouldn’t want to harm anyone. But, despite that, she is the key suspect in the murder case.
Inspector Lokhande played by Arbaaz Khan
Arbaaz Khan will be seen playing the role of Inspector Lokhande, who is the investigating officer in the film. A self-styled cop, Lokhande is honest, but he also believes in understanding the circumstances which led to the crime.