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Last month, Sridevi's daughter, Janhvi kapoor debuted in Bollywood through Karan Johar's Dhadak and we have learnt that there's one more star kid, who is all set to enter Bollywood and he's none other than the late Amrish Puri's grandson, Vardhan Puri. According to Mumbai Mirror he will be making a Bollywood debut with a yet-untitled romantic-thriller produced by Jayantilal Gada. He has earlier assisted on and Daawat-e-Ishq, and Manish Sharma on Shuddh Desi Romance.
"I was supposed to start off with a period-drama with Jayanti bhai, but for some reason that didn't work out. He approached me later for this film which I loved and immediately gave my nod to. It's a performance-oriented role and in terms of treatment it will be in a space similar to (Hollywood director David Fincher's psychologicalthriller) Gone Girl's," said Vardhan, while speaking about his debut.
Vardhan also revealed that he has learnt crafts under the National Award-winning actor-filmmaker-writer, Satyadev Dubey. "I have a strong inclination toward writing and direction too but acting is my first love. Initially Dubey ji made me work backstage, serving tea to the cast and crew and cleaning the stage, after which I started getting smaller roles. I got to play a lead role when I was in my teens."
Vardhan also talked about what his grandfather, Amrish Puri meant to him and said, "Dadu is the God whom I pray to. I was so close to him that I would sleep between him and my grandmother. When he passed away, for me it was like losing the protective cover of an umbrella. It was then, that I decided that if I do something, it would be for my grandfather and this film is an ode to him."
Vardhan also revealed that he used to watch films of Dilip Kumar with Amrish Puri and used to binge on classics like The Godfather and The Shawshank Redemption.