Actor Keval Vora who enacted the role of Keval in SAB TV’s popular show Baal Veer is all set to write, direct and act in his first web-series titled F-Division.
F-Division will follow the story of Keval and Adi who think they can make it big in acting and stand-up comedy, going against the restrictions coming from their parents.
The series will stream on 18 May on Keval’s YouTube channel, The Keval Vora Show.
Says Keval, “The series will depict the clash in ideologies of the parents and the children of today. While the rising culture of children wants them to follow their dreams, the popular belief of the parents is usually that they can be successful by taking mainstream courses like engineering and medicine, but cannot be creative in these fields. This series is an attempt to portray the culture and prove that the parents’ thought process can be wrong. The series has been dealt with a carpet of fun and frolic and shows that the children can make it creatively big even in these walks of life.”
Keval was destined to play the second lead role in SAB TV’s Papad Pol – Shahabuddin Rathod Ki Rangeen Duniya when he unknowingly stood in the other audition queue meant for the prime cast on the show, when he wanted to stand in the junior artist queue. “From Papad Pol to Baal Veer, I have learnt a lot as an actor. And I also learnt a lot about film making as I always wanted to do something on my own.”
After Baal Veer ended, Keval started work on his YouTube channel, The Keval Vora Show where he took interviews of known personalities.
On his first web-series as maker, he states, “F-Division is a series created by me, where I play a total failure of a character. The project was too tough to make as being the Writer, Director and Actor, the responsibility on me was big.”
F-Division the web-series has Singham fame actor Neeraj Khetrapal and Hrithik Mishra of Baal Veer fame in vital roles along with Keval.
If you want to take a look at the trailer of F-Division created by Keval Vora, you can check it out here: https://youtu.be/dqAgc8z5xgQ
Here’s wishing Keval all the very best!!