It Took Me 3 Years To Get My Debut Film

It Took Me 3 Years To Get My Debut Film


The wait is finally over for the movie lover as the long-due film from the valley, Gaalib is all set to release this summer. The filmmaker Dhiraj Mishra released the trailer of the film on social media. The filmmakers and writers can extract the stories even from a single letter and here, we have a hidden story from the valley.

The film is produced by Ghanshyam Patel and directed by Manoj Giri. The story is inspired by the struggle faced by the terrorist Afzal Guru’s son Gaalib. The debutant actor Nikkhil Pitaley is in and as Gaalib. The film has some famous names, Ramayan’s Sita fame Dipika Chikhlia is playing the wife of Afzal Guru. Kashmir-based actor Mir Sarwar is playing the role of Afzal Guru. The film had been shot at Bhadarwah and Prayagraj. During the making of this film, Dhiraj faced a lot of obstacles, and moreover convincing Dipika Chikhlia was also a tough task. Now it’s ready in all sense to hit the theatre soon.

Gaalib is written by Dhiraj Mishra in collaboration with his wife Yashomati Devi. Other actors are Anil Rastogi, Ajay Arya, Megha Joshi, and Vishal Dubey. The film is based on the ups and downs of Gaalib’s life and the situation in Kashmir.

Hailing from Aurangabad, the debutant actor Nikkhil Pitaley has the passion to become an actor started in his teens. He is a drop-out engineering student. Later he moved to Mumbai and trained himself in Advance Camera Acting, Dance and Mix Martial Arts (MMA). He was approached for Chapekar Brothers by the writer of the film Dhiraj Mishra. Unfortunately, Nikkhil turned down the offer as he was still an actor in the making. He kept on waiting for the right opportunities for the next one year. He got selected for Gaalib here he’s playing the protagonist. Which is his debut film as the main lead.

On the release of Gaalib, he said for a debut film, one should need a strong script that will leave a mark on the screen and Gaalib was one such script that I have been looking for. I want to do real-life characters and with my skills, I will portray them on the screen. I have learned a lot during my shoot for Ghalib. I hope I have justified the character and am looking forward to it.