Taking the villainous route! Gulshan Devaiah to star as the antagonist in Commando 3

Gulshan Devaiah to play the antagonist in Vidyut Jammwal starrer Commando 3

Gulshan Devaiah Taking the villainous route! Gulshan Devaiah to star as the antagonist in Commando 3 Source : Press

The ability to slip into the character delineates the existence of a true actor. With many movies introducing relatable or unknown characters, its journey in the movie takes the audience to a realm of multilayered emotions. As per the latest reports, Gulshan Devaiah who has films like The Hunterrr, Death in the Gunj and Shaitaan to his credit has been roped in to play the antagonist in Vidyut Jammwal's Commando 3.


Gulshan's approach towards a character has always been different, which is evident in his versatile acting. The actor finds Commando 3 as a perfect action thriller to challenge the actor in him again.


Commenting about being part of the film, Gulshan said to a leading tabloid, "There are certain expectations with franchises such as Commando 3. Besides giving the audience what they expect, I intend to give them something more than what they would otherwise expect. I have always diversified myself in the roles and characters I've played. I'm trying to bring in my own creative interpretation of what a modern antagonist is. The makers have had no restrictions and have given me the liberty to bring out the character in my own creative way. I've done all the research and have been preparing for the film for the past two months. So it's now time to put the ideas out there and see what works best for the film."


Adding more insight on the same, he further said, "It is fun to be undergoing this process and try new creative ways with my co-actors. I'm working with many of them in the team for the first time including Vidyut. We as a team are taking this in a forward direction and coming up with something new as to what an action franchise can be in terms of storytelling and characters, based in current times with a commercial mass appeal."