Veteran actor Naseeruddin Shah on Wednesday said he was "very grateful" to be a part of his forthcoming movie "Charlie Kay Chakkar Mein", adding a big budget was not mandatory to make a good movie.
"Its been very inspiring and grateful that I am still needed in projects like this," he said here.
"The movie is a thriller, the formula of the film is 'don't miss the beginning and don't reveal the end'. I play a high rank police officer in the film. I have always accepted the roles which have potential and are content-driven," one of the most versatile actors of the Bollywood said.
Karan Arora, the producer of the film, said: "...I am very thankful to Naseer Saab who accepted my film, as the subject of 'Charlie Kay Chakker Mein' is very content-driven. I am glad that our efforts to make a content-oriented film is appreciated by Naseer saab himself."
The Film features, among others, Naseeruddin Shah, Anand Tiwari and Amit Sial.
Directed by Manish Srivastava, the film releases on November 6.
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