Director Saurabh Varma, with his actors Shiv Pandit and Sandeepa Dhar are in the national capital to promote their upcoming film 7 hours to Go.
While Natasa Stankovic couldn't make it to Delhi, Saurabh is making sure that their film is the talk of the town in the next two days.
In Delhi, they have been spreading the cheer at Odeon Mall, attending press conferences, and visiting the offices of news channels , discussing their film and more.
Releasing on 24 June, the new-age investigative thriller will keep you guessing from start to end with a multitude of twists and turns. The gritty film revolves around a hostage situation and has loads of high octane action performed in real locations in Mumbai and Pune.
Shiv Pandit who was last seen in 'Boss' thanked Saurabh for beleiving in him and offering him the right role. "Big actors are booked by the big production houses. They will make film with either Salman Khan, Shahrukh Khan or some other big name of the industry. I really feel lucky that Saurabh atleast saw the talent in me and there should be more directors like him" said Shiv.
Sandeepa Dhar who is quite a films old will be playing a cop in the movie. Speaking about the action sequences, she said "I had to take Martial Arts training for this role. We have neither taken any help of body doubles or the harnesses for the action sequences in the film "
Produced by Krian Pictures, it has an ensemble cast with Shiv Pandit, Varun Badola, Sandeepa Dhar, Natasa Stankovic, Himanshu Malik, RJ Ketan Singh and RJ Rohit Veer playing pivotal roles.