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Karan said trust me, so I went ahead with ‘2 States’: Ronit Roy

Actor Ronit Roy, who wants to follow the path of Khiladi Kumar has revealed thet his role in ‘2 States’ is nothing more than a guest appearance and that his character will have shades of grey. 2 States is being firected by Abhishek Verman and is co-produced by Karan Johar’s Dharma Productions and Sajid Nadiawala’s Nadiadwala Grandson Entertainment. 2 States will be Ronit Roy’s second movie with Karan Johar after ‘Student Of The Year’.

“I am doing ‘2 States’. I got a call from the production house for the role, but I told them I don’t want to do it. Then I got a call from Karan, he said, ‘Why are you not doing this film?’ I couldn’t say no. Karan said trust me, so I went ahead and did the film,” Ronit said in a group interview. The film which also stars Alia Bhatt and Arjun Kapoor is a big screen adaptation of Chetan Bhagat’s bestseller ‘2 States: The Story of My Marriage’.

” ‘2 States’ is an intense story and it’s a sought of negative role. I am playing Arjun’s father’s role. It’s like a guest appearance and the character speaks a lot in it,” he added. In the movie, a Punjabi guy falls in love with a Tamil girl, and this difference in cultures leads to a widespread regional and cultural clash.T he ace actor, who is currently the king of the small screen, also said that he wants to do films with knowledgeable people.

“I don’t feel I have so much of knowledge that I can carry a film on my shoulders,” said Ronit, who had impressed with his performance as a strict father in Vikramaditya Motwane’s ‘Udaan’. The actor, who began his career in the film industry with ‘Jaan Tere Naam’, is happy with his work on the small screen. “I am happy in my small world. I just see who is making the film and the person who is making the film should be knowledgeable,” said Ronit who is seen as a lawyer in the popular TV show ‘Adaalat’.

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