He has no godfather, nor is he a star son, yet Dillzan Wadia, the young actor who made his presence felt in Durgesh Paul’s Bollywood Villa 3D last month, has quite a few films lined up.
He has just signed South director Girish Nayak’s film, Basement, that is being produced by UK-based Pravin Chudasama. He also has Durgesh Paul’s Red Rum in his kitty and he’s looking forward to an encouraging response to two of his other films.
One is Sarfaroshi, which is about a commando’s war against the system; it released last Friday. His next project, Let’s Change, is a fun film for kids that’s meant to inspire students to become town monitors and warn habitual offenders that social misconduct will no longer be tolerated. It is awaiting tax-free status in Gujarat.
“This is just the beginning,” says Dillzan. “I am looking forward to doing some quality work with top directors,” he adds.