Actor Bobby Simha will soon be sharing screen space with top stars like Dileep and Siddharth in Malayalam film Kammara Sambhavam which is said to be a period intense drama. Directed by Rathish Ambat, Kammara Sambhavam is slated to be released this summer and marks the debut of Siddharth in Malayalam. Speaking about the film, actor Bobby Simha says that he is elated with the way the trailer of Kammara Sambhavam has received response from the audience. The actor also says that his role is something that he has never tried before in his career. “I cannot reveal much about my role. But all that I can assure is my character will be a never-seen-before kind in my entire career. I am so much exhilarated over the tremendous response that Kammara Sambhavam trailer has fetched,” says Bobby Simha.
Trying to keep the subject of the film under wraps, Bobby Simha says that the audience will have to wait till the film releases to know the real suspense in it. “That’s something you will have to wait for couple more weeks to know it by yourselves,” adds Bobby.
Bobby Simha has intersting line-ups ahead that includes Saamy Square starring Vikram in the lead. Since the actor will be seen appearing in different makeover, it’s taking some time to shoot his portions. He has Vallavanukku Vallavan scheduled for summer release. Furthermore, he will be making an announcement about his new film on April 14. Apart from the big screens, the actor is giving it a shot with web series too now. “The web series will give a different ride to viewers with an exceptional theme and innovative concept. I will be sharing screen space with Gayathrie Shankar and Parvathy Nair with SR Prabhu of Dream Warrior Pictures bankrolling it,” says the Kammara Sambhavam actor.
Asking him about the sudden boom of Digital platforms, he adds that it’s going to be the future. “Sometimes, when I miss watching films in theatres, the digital platform releases serves me a greater purpose. Of course, when accounting tickets and popcorn costs, Web Series are definitely going to be a bigger boon for viewers,” winds up Bobby Simha.