Salaam India tells the tale about this guy who is basically a cricket fanatic and for whom cricket is just cricket, be it gully cricket or World Cup
After playing a gay in My Brother Nikhil, Sanjay Suri would be seen in a different role altogether as he dons the greasepaint for a character who is a gigolo.
And that’s not all as there is another movie that he has recently shot for where he plays a cricket coach.
Lots of variety here, isn’t that so?
“That’s right”, says Sanjay Suri, “the two films are quite interesting and entertaining. While in Anubhav [tentatively titled], I play a gigolo, I get into the gear of a cricket coach for Salaam India!”
Please elaborate. Anubhav is directed by Rajiv Nath who is a National award winner filmmaker from Kerala. I play a theater actor whose life goes for a spin after a series of incidents. He is forced to make some decisions and in the process he looses his way to become a gigolo. The film has many layers and talks about how life is not completely black or white”, he explains.
And how about Salaam India? Isn’t Sanjay too young to be playing a coach already? “Well, I am a coach but for an under-15 team”, he laughs, “The film is about cricket and is directed by a new director named Subhash Kapoor. Salaam India tells the tale about this guy who is basically a cricket fanatic and for whom cricket is just cricket, be it gully cricket or World Cup!”