Bollywood actor Arjun Rampal says he’s toying with the concept of directing a characteristic movie. The 49-year-old actor, recognized for his performances in films comparable to “Om Shanti Om”, “Rock On!!”, “Don” and “Rajneeti”, stated he’s assured about making an excellent film as a filmmaker. “I maintain toying with the concept (of route) after which shrink back. Hopefully I’ll sooner or later. I do know I’ll make an excellent movie,” Rampal informed PTI.
The actor’s new movie “The Rapist”, written and directed by filmmaker Aparna Sen, acquired rave evaluations after the film had its European premiere on the lately concluded London Indian Movie Competition.
Rampal stated he’s elated with the constructive response to his character of devoted husband Aftab Malik. “It was simply so fulfilling working with Aparna Sen. I suppose that’s the most effective adjective to explain it. Simply pure and all coronary heart, difficult and demanding and therefore very fulfilling,” he added.
The actor lately performed baddie Rudraveer in “Dhaakad” and admitted that he’s acutely aware about selecting his roles, although he doesn’t imagine in distinguishing between hero or villain.
“Whichever is the higher written half is what I’d go for. To play both dimensions, damaging or constructive, can solely be achieved with good writing,” Rampal stated.
The actor is now capturing in Hyderabad for his debut in South cinema with Telugu interval drama “Hari Hara Veera Mallu”, directed by Krish Jagarlamudi.
“Krish is a superb man and an excellent director. I used to be petrified concerning the language, however I feel it’s coming alongside properly,” he stated.
“I feel with any movie, language ought to by no means be a barrier; if the movie is partaking and entertaining it finds its viewers all over the place. Films shouldn’t have boundaries or differentiation, particularly those made in a single’s personal nation. I’m so glad that lastly these obstacles have been damaged,” the actor added.
A few of his different tasks slated for launch within the coming months, embody “Penthouse” by filmmaker duo Abbas Mustan and “The Battle of Bhima Koregaon”, reverse.