Pratik Gandhi on Bhavai’s Connection With Scam 1992 That Changed His Life Forever

Actor Pratik Gandhi is a well-known name now. Well, all thanks to ‘Scam 1992’ where he played Harshad Mehta and became an overnight sensation. ‘Scam 1992’ left a mark on the Indian audience and credibly developed everyone’s take on the stock market and investment banking. Directed by Hansal Mehta and Jai Mehta, this series was surely one of the most-watched shows of 2020.

Actor Pratik Gandhi has now revealed that while shooting for his upcoming film ‘Bhavai’, he got two calls that changed his life forever. What are they? Read on to find out!

Pratik Gandhi’s Life Changing Moment

“This film is very special to me because this film happened before ‘Scam 1992’ and while shooting for this film I got a call from Hansal Mehta saying ‘whenever you are back in Bombay, let’s meet up’ and that is how ‘Scam’ happened,” Pratik said during a chat with IANS.

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He said while shooting for this film he got two calls that turned his life completely.

Pratik added: “I precisely remember that two calls came during the shoot of this film that changed my life forever. One was Hansal Mehta’s call while we were shooting in Bhuj and another call that came from my home about my dad’s ill health and eventually in six months I lost him.

“The two calls are connected to this film and I will remember this in my lifetime.”

‘Bhavai’ also stars Aindrita Ray, Rajendra Gupta, Rajesh Sharma, and Abhimanyu Singh in pivotal roles, the musical drama is all set to release on October 1.

Presented by Jayantilal Gada (Pen Studios), produced by Dhaval Jayantilal Gada, Aksshay Jayantilal Gada, Parth Gajjar, and Hardik Gajjar films in association with Backbencher Pictures.

Meanwhile, you can stream Scam 1992 on Sony Liv.

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