Set in Mumbai, this refreshing narrative will be helmed by debutant director Arjun Varain Singh, and is backed by Excel Entertainment's Ritesh Sidhwani and Farhan Akhtar in collaboration with Tiger Baby's Reema Kagti and Zoya Akhtar. It chronicles the lives of Imaad (Siddhant), Ahana (Ananya) and Neil (Adarsh), as they navigate aspirations, relationships and emotions together.
But before Siddhant brings his infectious energy from reel to real in the much awaited project, it cannot be ruled out that the actor has carved a niche for himself in the industry in a very short span of time. He is known to not play the same old tropes and has become a name synonymous with versatility.
So, ahead of 'Kho Gaye Hum Kahan', let’s look at the list of roles he has donned in his showbiz career so far:
Prashant Kanojia, the Cricket Prodigy (Inside Edge)
He channelled his dark side with his cunning, ambitious, and unafraid character of Prashant, who was a master manipulator. He can betray trust in his relentless pursuit of success, and Siddhant imbues him with a chilling intensity, making you wonder if you're rooting for the hero or the villain.
MC Sher, the Street Rap Renegade (Gully Boy)
A stark contrast to Prashant, MC Sher is fueled by the fire of dreams. He is raw, and unapologetic, and Siddhant’s electrifying portrayal captures the essence of Mumbai's street rap scene – the rhythm, and the unbridled passion. It was undoubtedly one of his best performances.
Zain Oberoi, the Charismatic Casanova (Gehraiyaan)
Zain is the epitome of urbane cool, he is a charmer with secrets lurking beneath his facade. The actor showcased the character's complexities with nuance, even his vulnerability as he throws barbs with a sharp tongue. Siddhant, with his impeccable acting, makes you wonder if Zain is redeemable or simply another player in a twisted game of love and betrayal.
Major, the Enigma Wrapped in a Mystery (Phone Bhoot)
He entered into the realm of horror-comedy by playing Major, a ghost with a hidden agenda. He's quirky, hilarious, and endearing, with a penchant for mischief. His comic timing is impeccable, making you both laugh and scared.
Well, the audience is certainly looking forward to seeing what new character he brings to life with ‘Kho Gaye Hum Kahan’.