Suniel Shetty said this after Ahan’s debut film “Tadap”

Suniel Shetty was overwhelmed by the love and support of the audience they gave to his son Ahan Shetty’s bollywood debut film ‘Tadap’.

It’s difficult for star children to get love in such a short time from audience after their Bollywood debut. Usually star kids received a lot of negative comments initially especially the nepotism label, which frequently discussed among netizens in social media. Moreover, when Suniel Shetty’s child Ahan Shetty made his Bollywood debut with Tadap, he figured out how to win a numerous hearts with his acting chops.

Last year, when Ahan Shetty made his Bollywood debut with Milan Luthria’s Tadap. The film, remake of south film RX 100 featured Tara Sutaria as the female actress lead. As an impassioned dad, Suniel had additionally held a special screening of the film and welcomed his Bollywood friends for a review. After the release of the film Ahan was wining a lot of praisings from his fans and Suniel Shetty is glad that he has gotten an acknowledgment from the audience and the industry.

He tells us, I am happy that Ahan was valued for his role and character in the film. A decent beginning was genuinely necessary. Today acknowledgment and appreciation is extremely significant. I’m additionally glad that projects that are coming our way are from great banners and acclaimed producers. We should see where Ahan’s destiny takes him. Fingers crossed.

Suniel, who we will also be seeing in upcoming movies and web shows, is grateful towards the group of Tadap. Ahan was fortunate enough as he had people like an abled producer, who held the film near his heart and delivered it on the big screen and not on OTT. In this way, I will be forever obligated to him for that. I will likewise be obliged to Milan Luthria (director) who taught Ahan like how a teacher teaches his student, says Suniel.

source: hindustantimes

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