MC Sher Will Be the Star of Gully Boy Spin-off Movie

This Bollywood debutant stole the spotlight from Ranveer and Alia!

mc sher in gully boy

According to the Times of India, film-maker Zoya Akhtar is working on a Gully Boy spin-off. No, the spin-off will not feature Ranveer or Alia’s characters. This time, Siddhant Chaturvedi’s MC Sher will be the star of the show.

“The film is entirely based on Siddhant’s character and traces MC Sher’s journey to becoming a hero.”

The rookie actor made his presence known in Gully Boy, and he did so with big-wigs like Alia Bhatt and Ranveer Singh stealing the movie. There’s no doubt that Bollywood’s latest heartthrob Siddhant Chaturvedi managed to hold his own in that regard.


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It will be a Musical Tour De Force

Now the spin-off film will follow his rags-to-riches story. And of course, just like Gully Boy before it, the spin-off’s script will be enriched with enigmatic and gripping rap battles along the way.
“This will also give the makers a chance to delve deeper into hip-hop culture and you can expect many engaging rap battles..”

Aside from Ranveer Singh’s Murad Ahmed, MC Sher was hands down everyone’s favorite character in Gully Boy.

Siddhant’s portrayal of the struggling rapper, who hails from the slums of Mumbai, had film critics and fan-girls alike swooning.

After stealing the limelight since Gully Boy’s release in February, he’s now getting solo screen-time.


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About Siddhant Chaturvedi

Siddhant Chaturvedi
Siddhant Chaturvedi

Indian actor Siddhant Chaturvedi made his acting debut with Life Sahi Hai (2016), a sit-com. However, it wasn’t until Gully Boy, his first commercial studio project, that he become mainstream in Bollywood.

He might not even have ended up as an actor to start with. After he graduating from Mithibai College, Siddhant was pursuing a career in Chartered Accountancy, just like his father.

At the time he was balancing accountancy and theater. After winning a national talent hunt organized by Bombay Times, he ditched the books for his passion.

Siddhant is trained in performing arts, Western and Classical dance. His other interests include painting and poetry writing.

Siddhant is also skilled in Martial Arts, and Parkour.


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Written by Ummara Sheraz

Entertainment & culture writer at ProPakistani/Lens. Occasionally dabbles in other news.


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