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Why Sharman, Gul make Hello look good

Chetan Bhagat's best-selling book One Night @ A Call Centre is all set to release at a theatre near you, as Hello. Directed by Atul Agnihotri, the film stars Sharman Joshi, Gul Panag, Isha Koppikar, Amrita Arora and Sohail Khan, with guest appearances from Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif.

Chetan takes us through his book's characters, and tells us why these actors suit them best.

Shyam, played by Sharman Joshi

Shyam is a loser. He represents the typical middle class Indian. He has potential but his professional life faces problems, thanks to his love life.

There is a hidden message in the book, which is that even under confidence can help you get better in life. We Indians have the potential to be rulers but just because we are not doesn't mean we stop loving our country. Priyanka loves Shyam but just because he is not in a good post, it doesn't mean that she stops loving him.

Why Sharman suits Shyam

For this role, we wanted someone who very likable, and whom people can relate with. Sharman fits the role perfectly. He is a very meticulous actor. He memorises the script and gets into the zone of the character.

This is the first time he has done a sex scene on screen and I think this is the cutest and the sweetest sex scene ever shot!

Text: Nithya Ramani

Also Read: Directing One Night @ A Call Centre

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