Zero KMS director Q: Audience will be surprised to see Naseeruddin Shah in such an avatar

And that I think, we shouldn’t be proud of.”
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Sharing his experience of working with Naseeruddin, the filmmaker said, “It was great to work with Naseer. 2018-06-11T19:14:24+05:30″>
Updated: June 11, 2018 7:14:24 pm

Qaushiq Mukherjee’s web-show Zero KMS starring Naseeruddin Shah as the lead garnered a lot of buzz. My belief in my kind of cinema and creativity is most important compared to commercial success or money.”
Zero KMS is currently streaming on Zee5 only for premium subscribers. My partner Henna Sayed knows Naseeruddin from donkey years and personally, he had reached out to me after Gandu, which he loved. Recently, the series on Zee5 became the highest rated show on IMBD. All these actors are all committed to the craft and it made my work easier.”
Qaushiq Mukherjee, popularly known as Q’s series on Zee5, Zero KMS, became the highest rated show on IMDB. I am currently working on a secret project, which I cannot talk about.”
When asked if he would take up projects for money, he quipped, “I will never do that, have never done that. I knew I would not be bullied into doing something else than what promised. For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App
© IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd Also, he brings a certain kind of energy with him and that completely sets the mood.”
The 12-episode action thriller also stars Satyadeep Misra, Roshni Walia, Tara D’souza, Tanmay Dhanania, Rupali Bhosle, Mukul Chada, Vaishali Upadhyay among more. This is not a very commercial project and I would have loved to do it anyway. When we asked if being on a digital platform, he enjoyed the liberty it brings with it, he smiled to say, “It’s ironical that there is nothing in Zero Kms to be worried about. Related News
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The filmmaker might be hailed for his content but his films Gandu, Tasher Desh and even X, found itself in a lot of trouble with the censor board. I was surprised with the way he let us push him to play something so different. Though the shift is a little slow from what I had thought, and I am quite surprised by that. You would never imagine Naseer doing this – he plays a fight trainer, his voice is pitched differently, it’s just amazing, and I respect him even more. Talking about how he developed Zero KMS, Q, in an exclusive chat with shared, “It was quite a chance encounter when I met Nikhil from Zee5, and he told me about the platform. It was thus not surprising that his web-show Zero KMS starring Naseeruddin Shah as the lead garnered a lot of buzz. You can have a lot of fun with more people, you can tell them all different things, and they can fight among themselves (laughs). The director further gave insight into his kind of work and his future projects. Now very few people understand the kind of work I do and he is one of them, so it was great to associate with him. We are still kind of looking at the window, confused and skeptical that whether it will work or not. “With digital, the scope of content can be explored and experimented with. But on a serious note, we were really happy and content with the team throughout the schedule. When asked about how he managed to work with so many actors, Q shared, “I like working with an ensemble cast. It came out of censor with flying colours.”
He further opined about his thoughts on the digital medium. It was Henna, who suggested that I cast him and it was a great decision. Born and brought up in Kolkata, the filmmaker rose to fame with his controversial film Gandu.