It was something of a risk for both Sushant and director Dibakar Banerjee to reinvent the popular literary character as a young, inexperienced man in "Detective Byomkesh Bakshy!" but it seems to have paid off.
"The film has made its mark. It has got a lot of praise for its direction, production design and look. I am really happy with the way it is been received. In fact, my family was surprised to see my transformation," Sushant said.
The 29-year-old rising star has taken a short break post the film's release last Friday and will begin shooting for his next soon. He is playing the lead in Mahendra Singh Dhoni biopic besides Shekhar Kapur's "Paani".
Sushant's journey in the industry has been good so far and he wants to keep that momentum."All the films that I want to do this year, next year and in near future, I really want to push the envelope with them.It can happen only when I take on films that have very different characters. This is the intention and till now this has been happening so I am very happy," he said.


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