Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Sandesh Gour to be seen as a Maharashtrian lad in Sony TV's CID

Actor Sandesh Gour, who has done episodics in CID earlier, will be seen once again in an engrossing story in Sony Entertainment Television’s long-running show CID (Fireworks Productions). Along with Sandesh will be seen known Marathi actor Sheetal Pathak and NSD actor Ravi Mahashabde and Smruti Patkar.

The story will be about the busy lifestyle of Mumbai and how things can go wrong for a simple Maharashtrian family living in a chawl. Sandesh will be playing his usual self - be innocent, popular for his goodness and righteousness character with the name of Vinay, who is living in a chawl with his parents, Aatya (Bua) and sisters.

When contacted, Sandesh told Films & TV World on his role: “The story will revolve around a Marathi family Mumbai chawl society and drugs supplies. I play the character of Vinay who belong to a lower middle-class family in Mumbai. He would be shown fighting for good causes, like the one where he would fight for his Aatya when she would be eve teased by few men on the road. Also, he will help in busting a drug racket. And then tragedy strikes. Next day, Vinay’s dead body will be found in the water tank in the terrace of the chawl. With the entire family buried in sorrow, the CID team will come to investigate the case. And as usual CID will nab Vinay’s murderer,”

Sandesh who has also done episodics in Savdhan India, Shapath, Surya The Super Cop and also the CID was recently also in news as his short film Muafinaama was screened at the 7th Global Film Festival Noida that took place from 11-13 November at Marwah Studio, Film City, Noida. Apart from Anil Kapoor, Fugly star Mohit Marwah was also present at the event.

Speaking about his performance in the short film that was shot entirely in Kashmir and deals with the ghastly cause of Child Abandonement, Sandesh says: “Yeah, my Muafinaama is going around to various film festivals. It will also be going to various international platforms and I’m really happy that my work is getting noticed and appreciated. However, I couldn’t be there at the festival as I was busy in Mumbai shooting for other projects.”

Speaking about CID, he says, “Working in CID gives me a high as it was one of my favourite serials during my growing up years. I always loved watching CID and even do it today - I am a big fan of CID cops. Also working with senior actors like Shivaji Satam sir is highly energizing to me and I try learn as much nuances as possible from them.”

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