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Film “Narayan” is releasing on 3rd November 2017

Published On : 26 Oct 2017   |  Reported By : media release

Aanchal Goswami-The Rising Star!

Almost every Friday many movies hit the marquee. It includes film adapting different and inspiring stories for the big screen. Many of them feature newcomers who are making their aspiring debut too. Here is a new film titled “Narayan” gearing up to scorch the silver screen on 3rd November, 2017. The film is written, produced and directed by Jogesh Sehdeva. ‘Narayan’ is a story of grit and determination and tells the saga of how a 40-year-old common man does the ridiculous and bizarre thing in the quest for protecting his loved ones. It voices how a ‘father’ is the “Narayan” (The preserver) for every son. Another notable point in the film is about the debutant actress, Aanchal Goswami, who is getting admiring and exciting appraisals about her acting prowess. She is all set to join the ranks of women who helped build the movie industry.

Aanchal Goswami is an amazing mix of sugar, spice and all that’s bright. She carries off her stardom and glam avatar with the grace of a lovely lady.The beautiful, attractive and glamorous actress is a resident of Delhi. Having bagged a degree in Political Science from Laxmibai College (Delhi), Aanchal Goswami loved acting and dancing too. She featured in many dramas in her school and college days and also learned ‘Kathak’ and other forms of dance too. Television serial “Dagar Panghat Ki” aired on DD-National gave her a break as an actress on small screen. “PS I Hate You”, based on love-hate relationship on V-channel was the second serial which brought her to lime-light. Modelling for commercials like “Jio” with Zaheer Khan and “Nutralite Butter” with Sanjeev Kapoor added laurels to her portfolios. Marking her debut in feature film “Narayan” and paired with actor Eklavya Kashyap in the romantic lead, the unfazed Aanchal Goswami is surely going places and be the Candy Crush of a zillion boys too.

Speaking about her role in her debut film, Aanchal Goswami, says, “I am playing the character of Neha, who is a school going girl. She loves a boy named Kabir. To keep me happy and contented, Kabir always presents me expensive gifts. Thus in the bargain he falls in the company of wrong people. His father is determined to do the inevitable to bail out his son. It is an emotional film which focuses on common man – a father and son’s love and relationship.” Aanchal further adds, “In this new generation, it is a story that should be told. The subject is relevant too.”

On quizzing her about her other TV shows and future ventures, Aanchal reveals, “I am even open to miniscule roles be it in television or dramas but the character has to be good and strong. While it comes to films, I would like to play the role of Alia Bhatt she portrayed in ‘Highway’. Every role you enact needs a certain tone too and I love to get into the zone of any character.”

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