The short film 404 and Pyaar Ka Punchnama both made their theatrical debuts on May 20, 2011. Few people gave these films much of a chance to be financially successful, but the Pyaar Ka Punchnama cast would eventually surprise many.
The public was introduced to a number of incredible actors in director Luv Ranjan’s 2011 film, including Kartik Aaryan, Divyendu Sharma, and Nushrat Bharucha. Although opinions on how the film portrays women in relationships vary, it nonetheless takes a distinctive tack on new-age partnerships.
Three working bachelors fall in love with girls in the movie and go through the highs and lows of their newfound love relationships. The movie, which examines modern relationships, is dominated by the male perspective. The movie is a homage to all the dumped guys and dumped lovers who are still in relationships.
The movie featured both comedy and drama, and it also showed how young men may get closer as they encounter similar things. It portrays all of the emotions that a rom-com must include, such as love, breakup, friendship, and rage.
The audience loved the movie, despite the mixed opinions of the critics. When it was screened at the Indian Film Festival in Berlin, the audience generally gave it positive reviews.
But now that Divyendu and Kartik have achieved such success as a result of their dedication and an unwavering pursuit of recognition, there was another actor from the same movie who was expected to achieve similar success. He does not, however, suffer the same end as Kartik and Divyendu.
His name is Raayo S Bakhirta, and he portrayed Vikrant Chaudhary in the movie
Many thought that his ground-breaking performance would inspire people to watch him in a number of other endeavours. But that wasn’t the case because he completely vanished from the screens.
After watching the film, I also instantly became a fan and predicted that he would one day be a major celebrity. I actually want to know why Raayo wasn’t on the same status as Kartik and Divyendu, though, now that I think about him.
Raayo recently discussed this in an interview with the media.
Raayo Bakhirta spoke candidly about his failure to become as well-known as his other co-stars.
Regarding his time in Bollywood, Raayo stated that he doesn’t believe an actor should compete with another actor. He stated:
“I believe each actor is versatile and different, so you can’t compare them. I’d prefer comparing my own work from film to film.”
The actor has up to this point appeared in the Shantanu Anant Tambe-helmed movies Unknown Caller, Ishk Actually, and 706. By doing this, Raayo was able to maintain a fan base of people who enjoyed seeing him in every movie.
Raayo also talked about his experience and clarified why, given all the requests he declined, he might not have ended up like Kartik. He stated:
“I just want to act in as many different characters as possible. In the past, I have said no to some very important people, because I didn’t understand the ways of this industry. You live, you learn. I choose from what comes my way. I am not here to judge, there is an audience for all kinds of content.”