New Delhi: Actor Siddhanth Kapoor says with his next film "Bombairiya", which will go on the floors next month, he will step into a "different zone" with the "challenging" role.
"The film lies in a very different zone for me as the role is pretty challenging with a lot of chase sequences. I was part of the script since the character was being developed," Siddhanth told IANS over phone from Mumbai.
"I play a local courier boy who is not from Mumbai. He is trying to fit in the scene, but he knows how to get his work done. In the film, he gets involved in a conspiracy and the story revolves around how he finds a way out," added the actor who made his debut as a gangster in "Shootout at Wadala".
Siddhanth will share the screen space with Richa Chaddha and Akshay Oberoi in the film, which is an ode to Mumbai. It will go on floor in December and the actor is working hard to look convincing on the screen.
"I am meeting local delivery boys and going to local chor bazzar to portray my character in it's true sense," said Siddhanth who has done a wonderful job in "Ugly", which has been screened at a few film festivals.
Being produced by India-born British producer Michael Ward and directed by debutante director Pia Sukanya, the film will come out next year.