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Aniruddh Dave says, he will play a high performance role in Patiala Babes


Aniruddh Dave says, he will play a high performance role in Patiala Babes

Actor Aniruddh Dave says he will play a high performance-oriented role in the upcoming show "Patiala Babes".

His character name is Hanuman Singh, who is a Haryanvi policeman.

"I am really fortunate to get a high performance-oriented role. As the audience's taste and industry is changing, I also want to explore myself as an actor and 'Patiala Babes' is the right choice," Aniruddh said in a statement.

"I am playing a Haryanvi cop. It didn't require me to put a lot of efforts as I recently completed a movie where I am playing a Haryanvi guy's role."

On Hanuman Singh, he said: "He is an obedient cop who works on his own principles in life. He may look strong from outside, but is emotional at heart."

The show revolves around the concept of a mother-daughter relationship.

"Patiala Babes" will soon premiere on Sony Entertainment Television.


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