Actor Aarya Babbar has pinned high hopes on his upcoming film "Junglam" as he is confident about its script.
Aarya spoke to the media at the muhurat and poster launch of "Junglam" along with choreographer Ganesh Acharya, director Pranav Vatsa, Divya Agarwal, Vikas Gupta and Priyank Sharma here on Monday.
On being a part of "Junglam", Aarya said: "This film has a good script. This is first time I am getting an opportunity to work with director Pranav (Vatsa). This film also has a really good team and I am really happy that Setu (Sriram) saab is cinematographer of this film.
"The way the whole script and my characters have been designed, I am very excited about that. I am genuinely looking forward to do this project. I hope it becomes what the script is. The whole style of the screenplay of this film is very unique.
"The way the makers of the film have used jungle as a character, is something very unique and new. So, I hope that thrill comes across the screen."
On his character in "Junglam", Aarya said: "Most of the times, I get offers to portray different kind of roles. I am glad that my director wants me to do something different in films. In this film, my character has grey shades and my character's name is Ranveer Rana who is a forest officer.
"He is the only one who knows dark secrets of the forest and it's about how he takes advantage of it."
After "Junglam", Aarya will be seen in a movie titled "Jehan", followed by a Punjabi film which his home banner will produce.
"It will feature dad (actor-politician Raj Babbar) and me for the first time."