Vikrant Massey to play an amateur chef in his upcoming movie Ginny Weds Sunny

Vikrant Massey for his upcoming movie Ginny Weds Sunny will be seen playing the role of an amateur chef and hence reveals that he didn't prepare much for the role

Vikrant Massey after completing the filming of Meghna Gulzar’s Chhapaak starring Deepika Padukone will soon begin filming for his upcoming film Ginny Weds Sunny. Vikrant in this film will be seen opposite Uri: The Surgical Strike actress Yami Gautam. He will play the role of an amateur chef, Sunny, in the film and hence, he revealed he did not prepare much for the role.

Talking about the film and his role, Vikrant said, “You will see me in aprons and kitchen wear. I have always been pretty casual about my wardrobe and look, for the first time, I will be paying attention to my hair and make-up. I also have a typical Delhi accent in the film.” Talking about the plot of the film Vikrant revealed that as the title suggests it will be a marriage drama. His character will fall in love with the girl, who is not ready to tie as she has her own aspirations. He also revealed that soon things take a turn as Sunny wins Ginny’s with her mother’s support.

The film will go on floors on September 16 in Delhi and further talking about it he said, “Unfortunately, Yami wasn’t well, so the shoot got pushed by a couple of weeks. We will begin a start-to-finish two-month schedule now. We will be shooting in Ghaziabad, Greater Noida and some parts of Manali.”

This is also his first collaboration of with Yami Gautam and Vikrant revealed that they met during readings and rehearsals and how their dynamics are getting better day by day. Vikrant also went all to call Yami a fantastic artist. He also excitedly spoke about how he will shoot for a typical Bollywood dance number, for the very first time in his career. He said, “I can dance a bit as I used to work with Shiamak Davar in the past. And since we belong to the land of song and dance, it is a part of our culture. So yes, I can definitely dance to save my life.”