Since many days, there had been many speculations about Angad Bedi making his south debut with Hi Nanna
The last few days have been full of speculations about Angad Bedi’s film debut down south. There were many ‘source’ based quotes about Angad Bedi all set to make his much awaited debut in the south film industry. And the film that was speculated to be his launch vehicle in the south was ‘Hi Nanna’, which was earlier titled as ‘Nani 30’ (this was the working title).
Putting all the speculations to rest, Angad Bedi, today, issued a media statement confirming his southern debut with the film ‘Hi Nanna’. In a media statement regarding the same, Angad Bedi said, “I am actually quite excited about it. After being in the film industry for so many years, it is nice to be debuting again. It's a wonderful time for cinema, especially when the love and appreciation for a movie is coming from everywhere, irrespective of the language it is made in. I am glad to be part of such a big project with such a heart-warming story.” “
‘Hi Nanna’ happens to be an emotional drama movie directed by Shouryuv. The film, which stars Nani and Mrunal Thakur in the leading roles, revolves around a father-daughter relationship. The movie is expected to hit the theatres on December 21 this year. The music for the film is being composed by Hesham Abdul Wahab. For the unversed, music composer Hesham Abdul Wahab had previously worked on films like ‘The Great Indian Kitchen’ and ‘Virus’.
As for Angad Bedi, besides his commitment towards films, he is also equally geared up to represent India at an international sprint tournament. And for this, he has been undergoing rigorous and intensive training under the guidance of his coach, Brinston Miranda, a seasoned athlete himself. Miranda, has to his credit, of having achieved the remarkable feat of securing the 5th rank at the World Masters Games in 2016. Angad's association with Coach Miranda ensures that he receives top-notch training and mentorship to hone his skills and elevate his performance to international standards.