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There has been constant reporting about the "Buddy Project" by Sunshine Productions' on 'Channel V'. In the recent report, it was stated that a bunch of brats will be handled by Manav Gohil, who will play the role of a teacher.
The role of students would be played by Cheshta Bhagat, Fahad Ali and Jatin Sharma. This show basically revolves around 4 boys and 4 girls who develop feelings for each other. According to our reliable sources, other names include Nikhil Mehta, Jaisingh, Krishna Patel, Bharti Kumar and Kunal Kulbhushan.
Earlier, tit bit roles and ad films have been done by these actors. It has been reported already that Palak Jain will also be seen playing the role of a student. The show will be aired on television somewhere around mid july. For more updates, keep reading our space.
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Sunshine Productions' new show The Buddy Project on Channel V is on air. It's a simple show with a deep rooted emotional connect. What are we talking about? Read on…
The title itself reveals that The Buddy Project, is a young and peppy show which revolves around the relationship between a motivational teacher, played by Manav Gohil, and eight young kids. It will capture the varied and diverse emotional connect between the kids and the educator. Manav, as Aniruddh, will be a strong guiding force who will teach the greater meaning of life to the kids without losing on the innocence and fun part.
The young group comprises of newbies Fahad Ali, Jatin Sharma, Cheshta Bhagat, Palak Jain, Kunal Kulbhushan Jaisingh, Nikhil Mehta, Krishna Patel and Bharti Kumar. The young bloods will be seen as different avatars, be it a prankster, a lover boy, tomboy et al.
Recently, the makers (Sunshine Productions) threw a launch party of the show wherein Tellychakkar.com caught up with the producers.
Said Sudhir Sharma: "It's a youth-based show on Channel V and airs at 6 pm. The show basically targets the young audience.
There's also a repeat telecast at 10.30 pm and umpteen times the next day."
So will it clash their other project on Colors, Na Bole Tum Na Maine Kuch Kaha, which also air at the 10 30pm slot.
"Well it surely won't affect the TRP's of Na Bole… as the target audience is quite different and Channel V is not a GEC but a YEC (Youth Entertainment Channel). We are sure that many of those kids who see the show can relate to one or the other character of the show."
Well, we hope the Buddy Project creates a rage amongst the youth!!!
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"I prefer playing intense roles. I like the grey shades in my character. I don't exactly like playing complete negative roles, but I don't want to do chocolate boy roles," he told IANS.
But what he enjoys most is the teen shows.
"I prefer teen shows. They are very different from other mainstream shows," said the 25-year-old who associates with his character to a large extent in "The Buddy Project".
"My character talks less and is very straight-forward. He is a middle-class boy and is independent. I am also like that in real life," added Fahad, who is also looking at the big screen roles.
"I want to be a part of Bollywood. But as of now I am loving this show ('The Buddy Project') and I love playing the character," he said.
After being on screen for almost three years now, Fahad said he wants to "take a break from TV shows for a while".
"I want to assist Vishal Bhardwaj for some film. I have not got any offers as of now, but I want to do this. I want to see how a film is made," he said.
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