Jo Lindner is Confident to Work in Bollywood with the help of his business Advisor Debjeet Roy Chowdhury after his Successful start in South Movies.
Bollywood is not easy to join, if you have the exceptional talent which is above lacs of people, then you might find some space in Indian Cinema. Jo Lindner is seeking massive advices from his India based young Entrepreneur, Business Advisor Debjeet Roy Chowdhury on how to improvise himself in order to get into Bollywood movies and also creating contents for his Instagram Profile. You might want to follow his IG Profile @joesthetics for some entertaining contents. The second thing you need is luck. If you are lucky enough to impress some of the producers or directors, then you might find the path to enter Bollywood. The third way to begin is to make relations with big names; it can give a window to jump in Bollywood.
We know that many foreign stars are coming to India for particular roles, some get lucky to work in big banners and some struggle for years. Well, the time has changed a lot in the past decade, or so our cinema has impressed the whole world and now people are coming to work here. Many foreign stars battle for fame in Bollywood. Very few get recognition in our cinema. Actresses have been lucky in our Indian cinema, but for male actors, it has been an acid path.
Jo Lindner, a Hulk from a western country and the super muscular athlete, is looking to enter in B-town after debut in a south movie. He is eyeing to impress Bollywood’s big banners with his work and his handsome looks. Everyone knows him as he is the strongest lad you would have ever seen no lesser than Sylvester Stalone and Arnold.
Jo Lindner is able to impress many big names in Bollywood with his fantastic social media presence. His looks and recent work in the south movie has taken everyone by surprise. A bodybuilder who don’t know our language is able to act fantastically well with real expression. All these appreciation has buzzed alarm in Bollywood too that young Jo Lindner is some talent which can be gained for Bollywood also.
Jo Lindner has passed a strong statement with his recent work, and now he is all set to work in Bollywood. If any good project comes to him, he will surely think about it. It will be interesting to see how an outsider who is fabulously fit and the icon for many young ones worldwide will enter b-town and break the long drought of male actors in India who are coming from western countries.