Unique things of Sanjay Mishra
Sanjay Mishra, who plays the role of a rickshaw driver in the film, said that time is changing very fast and many things are changing around us too. People should watch this film because the story of a lower class has been shown in it. In the fast changing times, now cycle rickshaws have been replaced by e-rickshaws and other means, but cycle rickshaws still run in many places. The film depicts the struggle of life of the same cycle rickshaw pullers.
If I do not get work in the film, I will become a paanwala
He further said, ‘It has been tried that the audience should also know about them, how much responsibility is on them, how they run the house, how much risk they take in life and how everyone manages and lives their life. Regarding playing the character of a cycle rickshaw, he said, “For this character, I did not follow any particular rickshaw driver whether to look like him or show his routine. While playing the character, I kept the same thought that if I don’t get work in films tomorrow, I will also become a rickshaw wala or a paan wala.
If I become a rickshawwala, I will live for 30 paise.
Sanjay further said, ‘Today I have work, I will live for 2 rupees, tomorrow if I am a rickshaw driver, I will try to live for 30 paise and will spend even out of those 30 paise thinking whether any other work can be done with that money. Is. That’s why my thinking to play the character was the same as every common citizen, how to manage life.
Whatever the character, one has to work hard: Chandan Sanyal
In this film, Chandan Sanyal, who became a rickshaw driver named Walter White, told that his character in the film is full of comedy. Walter White is like a lunatic who is ready to pay 3 thousand rupees to a rickshaw driver for 3 days. The rickshaw puller is also shocked to hear that why someone is giving 3 thousand rupees for 3 days.
Apart from this, Chandan told about his character played as Bhopa Swami in the web series ‘Ashram’ and his role in this film, ‘Both the characters are very different. Bhopa Swami’s character was a serious character, while Walter White is a funny person. But whatever the character is, one has to work hard. So keep working hard to improve the work.
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