Actor Namit Das has made his debut as a screenwriter now, after showcasing his expertise as a singer prior to now.
Namit turns author with the brief movie “Tape”, in collaboration with filmmaker Abhimanyu Kanodia and actor-writer Shruti Vyas.
“Tape” tells the story of a pair, Shivani and Harsh, whose relationship has suffered as a result of town they reside in has consumed them, to not point out the lockdown taking its toll on the couple as they seek for the music they created collectively.
Namit performs Harsh, a composer who creates advert jingles for a residing. He has additionally sung and composed music for the mission.
The actor mentioned engaged on different creative fronts reminiscent of music, writing, singing and performing for a single mission gave him a way of artistic management he has by no means skilled earlier than.
” ‘Tape’ is a love story that’s themed on discovering your music. Individuals come to town with hope and aspiration and after some time, town eats away at their life and character. I had enjoyable being concerned within the artistic course of of creating a movie and I perceive now the push of powering impartial cinema,” mentioned Namit.
“The highlights of ‘Tape’ for me had been having Shruti (his spouse) as my reel partner and scripting this movie along with her and director-writer Abhimanyu Kanodia over Zoom calls,” added the actor.
In the meantime Namit Das can be persevering with his tryst as a singer and composer, masking hits melodies along with his band
Namit’s newest cowl is a rendition of the Bollywood basic “Badan pe sitare lapete huye”, from the Shammi Kapoor-Vyjayanthimala starrer “Prince”. The Mohammad Rafi authentic was composed by Shankar-Jaikishen and written by Hasrat Jaipuri for the 1969 launch.
Namit Das has carried out the remake with bandmate Anurag Shanker.