Prapti Shukla aka Gungun of ‘Wagle Ki Duniya’ all set for her Bollywood Debut with ‘The Diplomat’ alongside John Abraham

Actor Prapti Shukla, known for her portrayal of Gungun in the TV sitcom ‘Wagle Ki Duniya – Nayi Peedhi Naye Kissey,’ is poised to realize her Bollywood dreams with her debut in the upcoming film ‘The Diplomat,’ starring acclaimed actor John Abraham and Sadia Khateeb.

The young talent talked about it in a recent interview and shared, “I’m elated to see my Bollywood aspirations come to fruition. ‘The Diplomat’ promises to be an incredible cinematic experience, and I am eager to contribute to its compelling narrative.”

In the film, Prapti will essay the role of the youngest Indian girl, whose life takes a poignant turn as she finds herself compelled into a marriage with a Pakistani man. As the story unfolds, she becomes a victim of harassment in a foreign land, anchoring her character intricately within the storyline’s compelling dynamics.

Based on a true account, ‘The Diplomat’ is under the direction of Shivam Nair, with a screenplay crafted by Ritesh Shah. The production boasts a roster of accomplished names, including Bhushan Kumar and Krishan Kumar; John Abraham; Vipul D. Shah, Ashwin Varde, Rajesh Bahl; Sameer Dixit, Jatish Varma, and Rakesh Dang.

Grateful for the flexibility extended by the makers of her ongoing TV show, Prapti recounts her memorable experiences while shooting in Darcha, Himachal Pradesh. Accompanied by her mother, the journey holds sentimental value, and she acknowledges her mother’s support in taking a hiatus from work to accompany her.

Having previously portrayed mythological roles in TV dramas such as ‘Radha Krishn’ and ‘Vighnaharta Ganesh,’ Prapti Shukla’s transition to the silver screen marks a significant milestone in her career. As anticipation builds for ‘The Diplomat,’ her journey into the world of Bollywood promises to captivate audiences, enriching the tapestry of Indian cinema.





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