“Well, I think if you people liked all my dances it is because of the element between what it looks like and what it actually is. Unless I agree upon a director’s vision, I will not sign a film. “I think dance is my extension. When I work in a film like an actor, I do not interfere or try to use my seniority or impose anything on the filmmaker. “After 10 minutes of the film’s start, you will not feel the silence. It is a silent film directed by Karthik Subbaraj. He says dance is an extension of his personality and he cannot imagine life without it. What is the element that keeps the audience hooked to his performances on-screen? There I am looking into every matter that is coming before the camera,” said the actor, whose film “Mercury” is releasing on April 13. So I would say no one gives me a tough time. I see the visual first… I approach dance in a very raw way and then I am a bundle of emotions. I may or may not be successful as a film director, but when I direct a film, I am telling a story the way I want to say it. Which star gave him a tough time? They want to present themselves as a good dancer before their fans, and that is why they want me to choreograph. It is a very pure thing that happens between my emotions and physical movements, and nothing comes in between. If it is silent or a talkie… all these are additional elements, and my bonus to work with Karthik who has a strong vision,” he said. But I think that is how they achieve what they achieve. “You see, if anyone is calling me to choreograph a dance, they know my style and they know I am a taskmaster. He is a very good filmmaker and everyone wants to work with him. For instance, in Kay sera sera for which Madhuri and I danced together…. One cannot achieve that level of perfection without this amount of hard work. “Everything changes when I dance… I am a taskmaster there, I am the creator, I am high on dance, my expression, body language… I am like a fire,” Prabhudheva told IANS with his voice exuding the passion he has for the art form. Asked if he imposes his star power as an actor, Prabhudheva said, “With experience, I have become more focused and I have no problem taking instructions. That is the magic. “I wanted to work with Karthik. While that made you try out the step, you cannot get it perfectly because it is slightly twisted, slightly different and rather difficult for a commoner.”
Apart from dancing, Prabhudheva has tried his hand at acting and directing as well with films like Wanted, Rowdy Rathore, Ramaiya Vastavaiya and Action Jackson. She kept on practising until she felt confident to go for the final take. “These two are two different worlds. Kajol to Madhuri Dixit, Salman Khan to Varun Dhawan, he has worked with stars of different generations. For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App Related News
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Prabhudeva starrer Mercury hits the screens on April 13. If I signed it, I should follow his vision.” However, he said he is a completely different person when he is directing and dancing. You see, as an audience when you watch a dance, you want to see it like an easy dance that anybody can try and do successfully. There is nothing that I can imagine without dance. Considering the fact that the film is addressing a serious global issue like the effect of industrialisation on mother nature, will the silence convey the gravity of the real situation on-screen? One should watch it to experience what I am trying to say,” he said.