If you think all that it takes to step into the tinsel town are star parents, then you read them wrong. The young and dynamic duo – Namashi Chakraborty and Amrin Qureshi are geared up to carry on the legacy of Mithun Chakraborty and Sajid Qureshi with their deep-rooted passion and love for Indian cinema. With their debut venture, Bad Boy, a romantic comedy directed by the veteran filmmaker Raj Kumar Santoshi, slated for a January 2020 theatrical release, Namashi and Amrin want to sink in the feeling and enjoy every moment. They get candid about their roles, learning graphs, on facing comparisons, and more, in an exclusive interview. Edited excerpts…
Congratulations on your debut film, Bad Boy. How are you keeping it together at this moment of major adrenaline?
NC: I am thankful and grateful to have been given this opportunity. Working with Sajid bhai and Rajkumar Santoshi sir, I mean it can’t get better than this, especially for a debutante.
AQ: Honestly, I myself don’t know how I am keeping up with this. It feels surreal at times. This is our dream and we have given it our best. We cannot wait for everyone to see our hard work.