Actor Shakti Kapoor will be seen playing the role of a crazy professor on a quest to seek the meaning to life as well as death, in his upcoming film “Untouched Love”.
According to a source, the 56-year-old will be seen as an insane person, who is experimenting with the cycle of life and tries to determine the birth and death of a person.
Apart from peeping into other's lives, the professor will even discover the day of his death. His whole plan turns into a fiasco after he becomes the focus of an intense media circus. At the same time, he tries to save the life of his son who is dying a painful death.
Shakti, who is known for his villainous and comical roles in films, is said to have liked the narration of “Untouched Love”.
"He was very amused and had a hearty laugh. He found it to be different from the type of movies he has done in the past. The script prompted him to take up the project,” the source said a statement.
Besides “Untouched Love”, Shakti will also be seen in "Shimla Mirchi", "Kyaa Kool Hain Hum 3" and "Surkh Wala Love".
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