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Actor Gulshan Grover, whose web-series "Badman" has been invited to be screened at the Moscow International Film Festival and London Indian Film, says it is a proud moment for him to get international acclaim for it.
"'Badman' is a unique web-series which has a special place in my heart as it brings back immense nostalgia for me. Kudos to VOOT team for conceptualizing such quirky and creative content.
I always knew Badman would create a milestone in the world of digital entertainment.
"It is a super proud moment for all of us to get international acclaim for our film," Gulshan said in a statement.
Directed by Soumik Sen, "Badman" is a mixture of affectionate tribute and a fun parody of the industry.
The four-episode original weaves a series of crazy, wit-skits around this basic premise, and also has actor Chunky Pandey playing a negative role. The web-film also features cameos by veteran actor Rishi Kapoor, ace choreographer-filmmaker Farah Khan, director Shoojit Sircar and actress Manisha Koirala.
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