Abhay may be seen as one of the protagonists along with the Sikkimese model-turned-actress Geetanjali Thapa.
Bahl says he owes Geetanjali one project.
"After I opted out of the Bhatts' project 'City Lights', Geetanjali also opted out. She didn't have to do that. In fact, from what I know of the equations in the entertainment industry, no one turns away from a project for the sake of showing solidarity."
"Geetanjali left the Bhatts' project after I did. I owe her a role in the film that I am doing now," he added.
Actress Shilpa Shukla, who gave a sterling performance in Bahl's "B.A. Pass", is also back in "The Informer".
"What Shilpa brought to 'B.A. Pass' was incredible. I wanted to cast her in my second film, but when I started work on 'City Lights' for the Bhatts, we needed a protagonist who was 26 years old. I couldn't sign her for 'City Lights'."
"Now I can work with Shilpa in 'The Informer'. I have just the role for her," he said.
--IANS (Posted on 24-12-2013)