Playing negative characters is tough: Kaushik Chakraborty
Eminent performing artist Kaushik Chakraborty, who is preparing for Colors Bangla’s Jhumur (adjustment of Uttaran), says that playing negative characters is extreme.
The performing artist has played both positive and negative characters in Bengali movies and TV serials.
At a current set visit when Tellychakkar.com asked assuming which part is extreme: positive or negative, he opined, “I would state depicting negative characters is a great deal more troublesome than playing positive characters. Dissimilar to positive parts, the negative ones have many shades. Setting up that diagram is extremely troublesome.”
The performing artist trusts that both hero and enemy assume an essential part in a story.
He stated, “To make the positive characters remain in the story, the negative characters dependably should be exceptionally solid and capable. In the event that there was no Gabbar Singh, Sholay wouldn’t have formed.”
Discussing his most loved on-screen characters in negative parts both from Bengal and Bollywood, he stated, “In Bengal, I am my own top pick (snickers). In Bollywood, there are many like Amrish Puri, Amjad Khan, and Kader Khan. I can’t separate between them; their works have a place with a similar alliance.”
Returning to his part in Jhumur, he has been restricted into play Apratim Sanyal, a positive character.
Whenever inquired as to whether he has seen the Hindi show Uttaran for reference, he stated, “I haven’t seen much. Really, I don’t get much time to sit in front of the TV programs. I have heard that there is comparability in both the characters however I am not giving much significance to that. Likewise, I was confronting trouble in coordinating both the characters.”
“I am regarding it as another show and another character. I have gotten my work done at home. I would state it’s another venture for the Bengali crowd with another idea and new musings,” he included with a grin.
At the point when gotten some information about his homework, he said wittily, “I have played not very many positive characters and this is one among them. I figure my acting, regarding negative parts, is more regular. Along these lines, my fundamental homework is to take a shot at the way that from any point I don’t seem negative. I get my work done before the mirror. Aside from this, there are a few privileged insights which I am not going to uncover.”
All the best, Kaushik!
About the plot of the show, executive Prabir Ganguly said that to suit the gathering of people of Bengal, certain progressions will be brought (regarding society and so forth) generally the fundamental topic of the story will continue as before.
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