Permanent Roommates' Sumeet Vyas is doing a film with Kalki Koechlin

Sumeet Vyas is excited about landing a role opposite actress Kalki Koechlin in a movie titled Ribbon.

FP Staff September 08, 2016 12:46:23 IST
Permanent Roommates' Sumeet Vyas is doing a film with Kalki Koechlin

Sumeet Vyas is excited about landing a role opposite actress Kalki Koechlin in a movie titled Ribbon.

Permanent Roommates Sumeet Vyas is doing a film with Kalki Koechlin

Sumeet Vyas and Kalki Koechlin. Image courtesy: Twitter and News18.com

Popular for his character Mikesh in web-series Permanent Roommates, he currently features in The Viral Fever's Tripling. The actor has previously featured in film like English Vinglish, Guddu Ki Gun and Parched.

Talking about Ribbon, Sumeet said in a statement: "I am really excited to work with Kalki. I think Ribbon is going to be an important film of its time.

"I hope I'm able to do justice to my director Rakhee Sandilya's vision."

Ribbon revolves around the complexities of today's couples and how people have steadily evolved in times when technology is over-powering humans.

Speaking to Mumbai Mirror about the film's subject, Vyas said, "There is so much emotional turmoil that an urban couple goes through. The man and wife want to chase their professional dreams, and at the same time, go the conventional way and have kids. It can be tricky."

DNA reports that the film will follow the couple over a time period of five years.

The actors are currently preparing themselves for the role. The movie will be shot in Mumbai towards October end, and it is slated for release in October 2017, said a source close to the actor.

With inputs from IANS

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