Bollywood’s Master villain Actor Gulshan Grover, who was invited to Prince Charles’ Dumfries House estate in Scotland earlier this week. The actor discussed shooting a Bollywood song in the 18th-century building.
The actor was invited for dinner by the heir to the British throne. The meeting went so well that Prince Charles now plans to allow Dumfries House to be used for Bollywood shoots. The 59-year-old actor, best known for his “bad man” roles in Hindi films, said he was attracted to a specific set of grand stairs.
Gulshan said, “It is such a beautiful place, mainly the steps outside the main palace. I said this would be the perfect place for a Bollywood song and dance number. Being the gentleman that he is, he said ‘really?’ and allowed me to shoot a Bollywood film there.”
The actor said, “I will definitely be shooting a film I am planning to produce; if not the entire film then certainly a song will be shot in Dumfries House estate.”
The actor reportedly expressed that it was an honour to be invited by the Prince. He also extended an invitation to prince to visit India and the film studios in Mumbai. When Prince Charles had visited India in 1980, he had met some Bollywood actors.
The actor promised to send the royal prince a copy of his new film “Beeba Boys”, which has been selected for 2015 London Film Festival starting next month.
Beeba Boys is a 2015 Canadian crime thriller film inspired by real incidents and characters. The film stars Randeep Hooda as Jeet Johar. The film will be released in theaters on 16th October 2015.