Bad is the new good and none another than Nikhil Dwivedi is trying to revel in this fact.
He will be leading in not one but two back-to-back films with grey shades. The success of "Shor In The City"has finally done this talented lad some good, and he is raring to go again. Our sources have given us a whiff that the first venture with which the " Raavan" and "SITC" actor goes on the floors is a sort of '"Bunty Aur Babli" on acid', our very own answer to "Bonnie And Clyde".
Nikhil is actually being lauded by many as somebody who has waited out patiently for interesting roles in different films rather than going the mainstream way, where he did not meet with much success after his debut film, "My Name Is Anthony Gonsalves", even though his performance got noticed. Says noted trade analyst Taran Adarsh, "I was really surprised to see his performance in "Raavan", and he has taken it a notch above with " Shor In the City." These two films have brought his talent to the fore, but this needs to be further tapped. It should be noted that both the films had multiple characters, despite that Nikhil registered a strong impact in both films. He's certainly here to stay.