Suniel Shetty recently made a comeback to the big screen with Kannada film Pehlwaan after four long years. The actor is now on the Hollywood bus as he is shooting for his debut Hollywood film titled Call Centre in Hyderabad.
The actor began shooting for the film by the end of September this year. Suniel will be playing a Sikh cop in the film which will be directed by American-Chinese filmmaker Jeffery Chin. Reportedly the film is based on a real story of a multimillion-dollar call centre scam which was busted by an Indian cop.
A source close to the development told a tabloid, “The premise revolves around four guys who worked at a call centre in India and robbed a US-based company of $381 million. While American agencies were involved in the investigation, it was the Indian police that cracked the case.”
In the pictures that are going viral over the internet, Suniel can bee seen donning a black turban on the police uniform. The shoot of the film is expected to be wrapped up by the end of this year. The film which is prominently in English may be dubbed in Hindi and Telugu as well.
Suniel has a hand full of Indian projects including superstar Rajanikanth starrer Tamil film Darbar, Mohanlal starrer Marakkar: The Lion of The Arabian Sea and the anticipated Bollywood project, Mumbai Saga alongside John Abraham and Emraan Hashmi.
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