"I loved the script of 'Mantra'. It a very unusual film. It's not a typical, commercial potboiler. We have some excellent talent in the film's cast.

It's a great experience to work with people like Adil Hussain and Kalki," Shiv said."I just wanted to keep trying different things as possible," added the actor, who first gained popularity with a comic role in "F.I.R."

Directed by debutante Nicholas Khargonkor, "Mantra" also features Rajat Kapoor. Besides "Mantra", Shiv will also be seen in a comedy film "Solid Patels", directed by Saurabh Verma.

Talking about it, he said, "Unlike my previous films, 'Solid Patels' is completely a different genre.It's a complete comedy family entertainer."Shiv's earlier movies include "Shaitan" and "Boss".



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