Ranvir Shorey said he is “very much in the hands” of his accountant, as he has only vague knowledge of how finances work. Ranvir plays the role of prosecutor in the 420 IPC, an upcoming film that carefully examines a financial crime and how such cases are handled in court. In his new interview with the Hindustan Times, Ranvir Shorey talks about his film and how much he knows about the real world of CA.
Asked if he knew much about how CAs work in the real world (before working on 420 IPC), Ranvir Shorey said: “Not me. I have a very broad understanding of what black money does and what white money does. I do my best to keep myself financially secure. To be honest with you, I’m in the hands of my CA. “All I understand from my CA is that I will do whatever you want and sign whatever you want, just make sure I never go to jail.”
“I am not very aware of these things. I always make sure I am on the right side of the law. This is something that comes from, you know, my father was a lawyer, he served in the public service. This is something we have all learned at home – “Make sure you are always on the right side of the law, never break the law,” he added.
Ranvir Shorey also said that he was initially offered a choice between two roles in the film. “Manish initially offered me a choice between playing Jamshedji (public prosecutor) and Sinha (businessman). But I had already said the role of a businessman with shades of gray. In fact, I made such a film with Irrfan Khan, but the film was never released. “
Ranvir Shorey plays the role of a lawyer in the 420 IPC. The film is directed by Manish Gupta, who has previously won critical acclaim for Richa Chadha-Akshaye Khanna, starring Section 375. He wrote Section 375, directed by Ajay Bahl. The 420 IPC will be released on ZEE5 and will start streaming on December 17th.
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