For Shiv Pandit, script is flick-maker or breaker
Actor Shiv Pandit says that the script of a movie is really important and it decides the fate of a film
New Delhi: Bollywood actor Shiv Pandit, who will be soon seen in 'Mantra,' recently revealed that a good script makes him choose his role as a film cannot sail if it doesn't have a meaningful script.
Shiv said that the director and the cast also play an important part, but if the script is bad, one cannot salvage it even if he has a good director and actors.
When asked how he felt after working with Kalki Koechlin, the 31-year-old actor told ANI that they collaborated after a few years, but they didn't take anytime to reconnect on sets as Kalki is extremely chilled out and fun to work with.
The 'Boss' star, who believes that he is a go-getter, also revealed that he was amazed the first time he read the script of his upcoming flick and could not keep the script down even for a minute.
After 'Mantra' Shiv will be seen in an action investigative thriller titled '7 Hours To Go' and in a comedy movie called 'Solid Patels.'