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Suniel Shetty joins Twitter

Suniel Shetty has joined Twitter to keep in touch with his fans.

By: PTI | Mumbai |
August 13, 2016 2:05:20 pm
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Actor Suniel Shetty, who is making a comeback after a gap of two years, has joined Twitter to keep in touch with his fans.

The 55-year-old “Hera Pheri” star created his account on the micro-blogging site with the name ‘sunielvshetty.’

“It (Twitter) is your voice and one of the best mediums to reach out to your fans and to be heard. I am back to movies after a two year sabbatical,” Suniel said in a statement here.

Suniel will be seen again on the big screen in ‘Reloaded,’ a prequel to Hrithik Roshan starrer 2014 hit film ‘Bang Bang’.

The film starring Sidharth Malhotra and Jacqueline Fernandez will be helmed by the director duo of Raj Nidimoru and Krishna DK.

Besides this, the “Main Hoon Na” actor will star in directorial debut of choreographer Bosco Martis titled “Circus”.

Suniel was seen last in “The Shaukeens”.

When asked about the possibility of a film on the father-daughter bond along with his daughter Athiya, Suniel said: “First let Athiya settle… I would want that she comes ahead as the USP. If it’s a good script, I’ll definitely do a father-daughter film. But I think there is still time.”

Does he give advice to Athiya regarding offers, considering his vast experience of almost 25 years?
“My advice to her has always been that it is very important to work with a good producer and director, a good script and it’s important to understand that script. If there is a good script, then even young directors do a good job. It should be an independent decision always.

“I did films, made mistakes. If I did 150-odd films, 50-odd flopped as well and it was my own mistake. I think she needs to learn to make mistakes and learn from those mistakes,” he said.

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