- "I'm trying to understand where they're from," said Aditya
- "I don't want them to be inspired," said Disha Patani
- Malang is expected to appear on February 7th
Aditya Roy Kapur and Disha Patani, who are currently busy promoting their next film Malang, recently interacted with the media where they shared their experience of playing morally "tricky" characters in the thriller. Aditya, who played a serial killer in the film, told IANS news agency that he was trying to "understand" the gray characters instead of judging them. "It is difficult and therefore it is important to understand such a character instead of judging it. In reality we all try to rationalize our behavior and our actions. As an actor I try to understand where they come from when they do something instead of judging them as right or wrong, "quoted IANS Aditya Roy Kapur.
Aditya, whose character in the film says "Just liye, jaan lena mera nasha hai (for me life is an addiction), "added," a guy can do something that I think is wrong, but not for him as a character, and on the screen I am not playing myself but a fictional character that was written by someone came from someone's imagination. So when I am working on a character, I do not make them likeable, especially in this case because he does some dubious things in the film. "
Regarding her role in the thriller directed by Mohit Suri, Disha Patani said: "Everyone has their own reality and every action they take is justified in the situation they live in. That is what my character is about. It is There are psychopath killers, for example, and what they're doing is of course not true. When the audience watches the film, I don't want them to be inspired by their actions and try them out in reality. It's a work of fiction. "
Malang is an action thriller that was staged by Mohit Suri, who used to like films Ek Villain. Kalyug. Murder 2 and Aashiqui 2, In addition to Aditya and Disha, Anil Kapoor and Kunal Kemmu also play the leading roles. The film shows the story of three compulsive killers, each with drastically different motives and methods. The film was co-produced by Luv Ranjan, Ankur Garg, Bhushan Kumar, Krishan Kumar and Jay Shewakramani. Malang is scheduled to appear on February 7 this year.
(With input from IANS)