I hope Mitron opens up more doors for me :Jackky Bhagnani

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Jackky Bhagnani who was last seen in ‘Mitron’ said he is hoping the film becomes a turning point in his life and opens up more doors for me.

Jackky interacted with media celebrating the success of his film ‘Mitron’ directed by Nitin  Kakkar.

When asked if he think Mitron will be come the turning point of his career he said, I hope so, I hope that it opens up a lot of doors for me and I get he chance to work with big directors and producers who will see the caliber in me to do justice to their characters. Jai, my character was not easy for me and if it looks convincing then it is because I worked hard for it so i hope it reaches out to more producers and directors.”

Mitron is the first film Jackky has been part of outside Pooja Entertainment when asked how does he think will change the course of his career he said, “I feel proud as the first film out of pooja entertainment and it has been seen as my best performance. We all work to grow and move ahead in life. Now I just have to wait and watch where does my career go and what more can I  do. I hope more directors will find the capacity in me to play their charterers but yes this is one step in the right direction.”

The film starred, Jackky and debutant Kritika Kamra, in lead roles.

Talking about the film’s response and his expectation Jackky said, “As an actor you want people to enjoy to the film and your work. Thankfully, 99% people have said that I have given my best performance yet and that is the best feedback I could get. Another important thing is the film should reach the audience and box office validates the film since this is a small film time will tell how far the film goes. I hope more and more people will love and appreciate the film, Nitin sir has made a great film and I am proud to be part of it.”

Mitron, set in the backdrop of the Gujarati milieu will be directed by Nitin Kakkar. It also stars Neeraj Sood, Pratik Gandhi, and Shivam Parekh.

Presented by Abundantia Entertainment and Vikram Malhotra, Mitron released on 14 September.