Irrfan Khan’ never digs into personal experiences916 views
Bollywood’s veteran actor Irrfan Khan, states that he never sticks into his personal experiences to draw motivation for his onscreen roles when he thinks it can twist “dangerous”. Irrfan’s, who is recognized for his works mainly in Hindi cinema, subsequently film Madaari characterizes him as a father who loses his child. In the real life, Irfan is a father of two sons; it was asked that did stick into his own emotional reservoir to perform the mournful father in Madaari?
And the actor, who is recognized for his works in British films, and Hollywood, replied as, “Never! I never do that. Because if as an actor you begin to delve deep into your own personal emotions and experiences it can get very dangerous for you.” He added as, “I never draw connections between my own life and the characters I play. I leave my characters on the sets when I return home,”
Some media reports have stated that Madaari is regarding vigilantism against corruption. But the actor tells otherwise. He stated that “I don’t play a vigilante in Madaari. I play a man who feels the system has collapsed completely and there is a need for a reform.” Irfan added, “My character is not based on any one individual. Nor is the film an attack on my one political ideology,”
He feels the reformist resonances of Madaari. The upcoming film is directed by Nishikant Kamat and could have far-reaching ramifications.
Irfan continued by saying that “It’s a very powerful subject in the thriller genre. But the drama and human emotions are not drowned in the thriller element. While the narrative remains true to the genre, the human emotions get a lot of play in the script. This is what I like about this script.”
The film is scheduled for release on June 10, 2016.