'Any film is a gamble or risk'

'Any film is a gamble or risk'

Gangster life

'Any film is a gamble or risk'

Actor Arjun Rampal, whose film ‘Daddy’ is based on the life of Arun Gawli, says the movie is not an attempt to glorify the life of the gangster-turned-politician.

The 44-year-old actor insists that it should be left to the audience to form an opinion about Gawli after watching the biopic, directed by Ashim Ahluwalia of ‘Miss Lovely’ fame.

“He has so many layers in life and they are so intriguing. It’s not that we are making a propaganda film about him... The audience needs to make an opinion about him,” Arjun said.

The actor says he is not glorifying Gawli on screen and is presenting his life story the way it is.

 The actor does not believe that he has taken a risk by making a biopic on a gangster rather than opting for an achiever’s life as is the norm in Bollywood.
“Any film is a gamble or risk. You don’t know what film is what.”

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