Shar­man Joshi busy with his play

Hindustan Times (Patna) - Live - - Entertainment -

Ac­tor Shar­man Joshi (left) be­lieves in balanc­ing his films and theatre work. The ac­tor, who was last seen in Wa­jah Tum Ho (2016), is now busy giv­ing fi­nal touches to his award-win­ning play, The Play That Goes Wrong — a mur­der mys­tery.

Thank­ful for how things have panned out, Shar­man says, “Life has been good and god has been kind. I am cur­rently caught up with last few prep works for my play and it’s tak­ing up most of my time. Be­ing a pro­ducer and some­one who is rep­re­sent­ing the In­dian mar­ket for this kind of a pro­duc­tion, it is not easy. So, I want to make sure that ev­ery­thing falls in place.”

Shar­man had col­lab­o­rated with an UK based firm to bring the play to In­dia. And it has al­ready won awards such as Olivier Award (2015) and What­sOnS­tage Awards for com­edy (2015) among oth­ers. Asked when he plans to get back to films, Shar­man says that once the play is staged, which will be at the end of the year, only then he will start shoot­ing for his up­com­ing projects.

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