Rajkummar Rao: The moment we finish shooting, I’m going to go back to my original shape

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© IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd “How healthy it is? He made my job really easy,” Rajkummar said about his role in Trapped. Watch videoBareilly Ki Barfi first look poster: Kriti Sanon is reading a book leaving Ayushmann Khurrana and Rajkummar Rao excited. I had to put on around 10-11 kgs for that. “It is my job as an actor to start posing as the character whose life depends on the way I look. To depict the very mental problem, the whole mental trauma, the mental state he was going through, to try and achieve all that was quite a task for me. I won’t suggest anyone to go through the transformation. For me both internal and external preparation is important. The actor recently grabbed eyeballs for his various physical transformations and very recently for his upcoming web series with Hansal Mehta, Bose. It’s not. 2017-07-21T19:10:51+00:00″>
Published:July 21, 2017 7:10 pm

Rajkummar Rao talks about the hard work he puts in while shooting for films. During an interview, the actor was asked about the various challenges he faces while doing roles. I think those who have seen Trapped have really enjoyed and have really good things to say about it. Thanks to my director that he had given me such circumstances and environment on the sets. And the moment we finish shooting, I’m going to go back to my original shape,” he added. With variety of performances in films like Raabta, Behen Hogi Teri, Aligarh and Trapped, the actor has proved that he can readily take on any challenge thrown at him. See photoRajkummar Rao undergoes transformation again, gains 11 kg for web-series Bose. What makes him take up such challenges? See photoBollywood actor Rajkummar Rao has given us lot of reasons to love the Hindi Film Industry. Related News
Bareilly Ki Barfi trailer: Ayushmann Khurrana and Rajkummar Rao compete for Kriti Sanon’s love. But for me it’s my work and it’s all for my work. So I tried to look like him as much as possible. As an actor I feel it is a part of my responsibility and commitment towards my work,” he said. Recently there was a rumour that Trapped will have a sequel, but the actor isn’t very sure about it. When you are trapped in a situation which at a human level, you have never really experienced, where you are all alone for almost a month, it was tough to portray. I think that’s how you grow and develop as artists and actors,” quipped Rajkummar. “Acting is not about physical appearance but also mental power. Since I’m playing Bose in Subhash Chandra Bose and he was heftier than I am, I had to gain some weight. “I haven’t heard of it, but if somebody is planning it, it’s a great platform.