Nikhil Dwivedi is doing a supporting role in the upcoming film Shor in The City. The actor will be portraying the role of a rowdy and a petty criminal in the film. He says that his character name is Ramesh, who is keen to make a quick buck. When asked if the size of the role matters to him or not, he replied the script and the character are the only concerns for him before signing a film.
The actor, who will be seen alongside Tusshar Kapoor, Sendhil Ramamurthy, Pitobash Tripathi, Preeti Desai, Radhika Apte and others in Shor in The City, has pinned high hopes on the film. The movie directed by Raj Nidimoru and Krishna Dk is releasing tomorrow.
Nikhil Dwivedi made his debut in Shahrukh Khan's home production movie My Name Is Anthony Gonsalves in 2008. Since then he was seen in quite a few films. But Mani Ratnam's Raavan brought him under the limelight, where he played a small role of a cop. Now, he is doing a complete contrast role from his previous films in Shor in The City.