One Day Justice Delivered actor Anupam Kher: I don’t carry the baggage of 500 films


Now, there is a change. Is there a fondness for such scripts? There is another side to him. So, we have to be really good in what we do for them to see us. I don’t carry the baggage of 500 films. So, he takes the law in his hands. Q. How is One Day Justice Delivered different? What can we expect out of it? Q. You’ve done varied roles. Q. He takes the law in his own hands after he retires to punish those he had to let go because of lack of evidence. We are seeing that there are more takers now for films with unique concepts. Advertising

I always had the curiosity about what goes in a judge’s mind when he has to take a decision going against his own will but keeping the law in mind. 0
Comment(s) If it doesn’t, no problem. Q. It is a thriller. But the story doesn’t end there. What is your opinion? We are delayed. Being an actor means to be able to do different sort of roles. The audience has changed completely. Here are excerpts from the conversation:
Q. There are millions of mediums of information. I think this is the golden era of the film business. When I do films like One Day Justice Delivered, it is to propagate the theory that we are lacking behind in giving justice to people. That is where the contradiction in the character comes and that made the film quite challenging as well. He is warm and affectionate. It is not a courtroom drama. He is a family man and a judge. So, when I get to work with new people who bring something new to a script, I am more than happy to be part of the film. So, if we start looking at films with the intention to give out a message, there would not be many projects to do in today’s scenario. We used to watch Mahabharat and Ramayan by putting garlands on televisions. Advertising

In an exclusive conversation with indianexpress.com, Anupam opened up on the film and his fondness for such scripts. Judge is a generalised statement but Judge Tyagi is a certain kind of person. I wanted to do the character differently. And as they say, justice delayed is justice denied. We noticed that in the last three years at least, you have selected films like Naam Shabana, Aiyaary, Hotel Mumbai and more. Now, when I do films like Toilet Ek Prem Katha, I know that it is going to benefit society. So, I really liked the role and the script. It is a huge chapter of my life that I would love to share with you soon. Popular Photos

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I am an actor. It (the film) focuses on that angle as well. We have had courtroom dramas and thrillers before. I am not that impressed with Anupam Kher. Your autobiography is going to be out. As Anupam Kher, when I choose films, I do not keep in mind what sort of change they bring to society. What sort of prep went into playing a judge? Acting is my job and I will be more than happy to do justice to it. He happens to be the judge who had to let go of certain criminals because of lack of evidence. Acting is my job. It is a chase between the police (represented by Esha Gupta) and the man who is in the public domain and not a criminal. And that is when this strong-headed Haryanvi cop (Esha) comes, who has a different way of dealing with cases. Something good comes out of a film, fantastic.