Ten years back, a path-breaking movie ‘Taare Zameen Par’ released. Touted as one of the best movies of the year, Aamir Khan once again proved his calibre as an actor in the same. But, the movie was special for an even more important reason, the presence of child actor Darsheel Safary who was all of ten. He was the star of the film as he gave a spellbinding performance and we loved those bunny teeth which made him all the more cute! (Also Read: Darsheel Safary: The ‘Taare Zameen Par’ kid has grown up and how!)
The reason we are reminding you of him is because after ten years, the little child actor is back as an adult lead in a movie called as ‘Quickie’. The movie titled ‘Quickie’ is a teenage love story and it is directed by Pradip Atluri. The movie is produced by Tony D’Souza, Amul Vikas Mohan, Nitin Upadhyaya.
The poster of the movie is out and we are still in disbelief because he is just unrecognizable. Those bunny teeth are gone and a smart-looking lad stands in front of us in the poster.
Have a look at the poster below:
Darsheel’s confused expression really caught out attention and the interesting caption, “no buffering, no suffering”. The poster also has many social media words used by teenagers nowadays. It looks like a modern love story based on true events.
For those of you who don’t know, post the stupendous success of ‘Taare Zameen Par’, Darsheel starred in movies like ‘Bumm Bumm Bole’, ‘Zokkomon’ and in ‘Midnight’s Children’. But, he acted in these movies as a child actor, so ‘Quickie’ is going to be his first official movie as a grown up lad and we are damn excited, considering the fact that he is a fabulous performer.