Before his MC Sher turned into the center in the town, Siddhant Chaturvedi had attempted his Luck in Hollywood as he revealed that he tried out for Disney's most recent release Aladdin and 2014's Million Dollar Arm.
The 26-year-old actor had a leap forward with the Zoya Akhtar directorial Gully Boy, which released in February.
"I had tried out for the lead role in Aladdin. I was there, in any event, top 20 from India. This is for the role of Aladdin, they were searching for an Indian actor in those days however then they chose the highlight should be international. It was their call.
"At that point, there was another film called Million Dollar Arm. I auditioned for it too, it was not for naming. They had two Indian actors who play baseball; I did the tryout for that. They felt I was excessively upmarket and reasonable for it," Siddhant told PTI.
Aladdin is a live action movie directed by Guy Ritchie, while Million Dollar Arm is an American true to life sports show helmed by Craig Gillespie and created by Walt Disney Pictures.
The entertainer, who has as of nowadays dubbed in Hindi for Chris Hemsworth in the upcoming Men In Black: International, said he has his eyes set on Hollywood.
"I do trust we are no short of what any other person. It is a language hindrance between two film enterprises - Hollywood and Bollywood and I need to break that boundary."
Siddhant, in any case, right now needs to concentrate on his profession in Hindi film.
"I am an Indian on-screen character however I need to do everything. Right now I need to center here (on Hindi movies) however I am available to working there (West)."
The on-screen character said he was astounded when the idea to name for Hemsworth came to his direction.
"I was hoping to sign my next film and was perusing a ton of contents. My specialist called me and inquired as to whether I would be intrigued to name for Chris Hemsworth's character in his Hollywood film Men In Black. I nearly gagged. I am a tremendous aficionado of Chris, he is a hero, he is Thor," he said.
Siddhant said dubbing for Hemsworth was a test.
"I was thinking whether I can coordinate his masculine, imposing voice as he has a baritone. It was a test for me. Furthermore, I began doing practices for it."
For the Hindi adaptation, Siddhant said the group chose to give a desi contact to Agent H (played by Hemsworth) to make it all the more engaging.
"It is an activity satire and you can't truly decipher and name everything as the jokes will at that point crash and burn.
"I proposed to make it desi for Indian crowd in light of the fact that their way of life and amusingness is unique. As the language of Gully Boy has gotten up to speed in a major manner so we thought of including a tad of that thing. Be that as it may, it isn't there all through the film," he said.
As indicated by the entertainer, the desi contact that he added to the named variant of Men In Black: International got an endorsement from Hemsworth.
"He preferred it and felt I have worked admirably."