Sumeet Vyas, best known for his web shows Permanent Roommates and Tripling, has done films like English Vinglish and Ribbon. The actor is now awaiting the release of his two movies, High Jack and Veere Di Wedding.
The Permanent Roommates star Sumeet Vyas had worked with the late Bollywood icon Sridevi in English Vinglish. She was presented with Best Actor (Female) National Award for her 2017 release, MOM.
Sumeet Vyas plays a disc jockey in High Jack. The film also stars Sonnalli Seygall and Mantra. It is directed by Akarsh Khurana and produced by Madhu Mantena.
High Jack Sumeet Vyas actor took notes from popular Indian DJ Nucleya to prepare for the role of disc jockey in the film. he said that he keenly observed how he worked on the console.
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High Jack starring Sumeet Vyas and Sonnalli Seygall revolves around a bunch of first-time hijackers, trying to take on a plane. The group along with the passengers accidentally get high resulting in a series of funny, whacky events.
Ribbon movie review: Nice to see man and woman working, and dealing with stuff that happens post-marriage: all the messy, irritating stuff that has not been part of the happily-ever-after Bollywood landscape. Kalki Koechlin leaves a mark as a harried professional.
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After the eye-pleasing posters, now, a clip from the sets of Veere Di Wedding has surfaced on several fan pages of Kareena Kapoor that takes us closer to the preparation of the marriage which is scheduled to happen on May 28, 2018.
Veere Di Wedding: Kareena Kapoor Khan is currently Delhi for the shooting of another schedule for the film and a leaked picture of her scene with Sumeet Vyas has surfaced online. Sumeet and Kareena’s chemistry is off the charts and it looks like the two are busy with an intense scene here.
Sumeet Vyas is conveying something seemingly simple in his short film, Born Free.