Actor Sikandar says he feels shamed with a appreciation that has come his approach for his work in “Tere Bin Laden: Dead Or Alive”, utterly from family audiences and children.
“I’m really happy that people are laughing. We were sitting inside a theatres and families and children were enjoying it a lot… Children should come and watch a film since it is a fun-filled film,” pronounced Sikandar, who was benefaction with his co-star from a film, Manish Paul during a entertainment here.
“It’s utterly exciting, and saying their reactions is delightful. we feel shamed and we feel amazing… it’s a good thing to hear appreciation,” he added.
Sikandar is seen in dual opposite looks in a film, that traces a life of a struggling filmmaker (played by Manish), who uses Pradhuman Singh’s impression of an Osama Bin Laden lookalike to his benefit. This impersonation leads to waggish situations in a film.
“Tere Bin Laden: Dead Or Alive” has been destined by Abhishek Sharma, who had formerly destined a initial partial of a franchise, “Tere Bin Laden”.