Directed and produced by Devgn, the film also stars Rakul Preet Singh, Aakanksha Singh and Boman Irani.
Last Updated: 01.00 PM, Apr 25, 2022
CarryMinati is making his Bollywood debut with Runway 34
Runway 34 is one of the much-awaited releases of the year for many reasons. It not only has gotten Ajay Devgn back in director's chair and stars Amitabh Bachchan, it also marks the Bollywood debut of the Digital sensation Ajey Nagar aka CarryMinati.
Now popular and much loved YouTuber CarryMinati recently spoke about being part of the big Bollywood project and working with Ajay Devgn and Amitabh Bachchan. He said in his statement why he decided to do the film. He said, "I agreed to be a part of this film because I had to essay my own character (CarryMinati) and that comes very easily to me. I eat, breathe, sleep and live my character every single day." Speaking about his co-stars Devgn and Bachchan, he added: "Amitabh Bachchan and Ajay Devgn are personalities I look up to and fondly admire."
Apart from Runway 34, CarryMinati is also coming with the show 'Playground' by Rusk Media. He has collaborated with Triggered Insaan, Mortal and Scout for this gaming entertainment show. The YouTube sensation also shared his excitement for the show. He said the aim of the show is to get a more mainstream appeal for gaming in India. "There's nothing really available today that combines gaming and entertainment so well for the masses. This show aspires to do that in the long run. Playground has all the elements that makes it engaging and powerful - from strategy to mind games to camaraderie to thrills to emotions and much more," he said adding that the gaming community will finally get a platform that it deserves and he can’t wait for everyone to be a part of it.
Meanwhile, Runway 34 is one of the biggest upcoming action thrillers. The film, inspired by true events, marks Ajay’s third directorial venture after U Me Aur Hum (2008) and Shivaay (2016). It also stars Rakul Preet Singh, Aakanksha Singh and Boman Irani. It is all set to release in theatres on April 29, 2022.