Co-actor 'Maidaan' Rudranil Ghosh: Ajay Devgn, my school hero
Bengali actor Rudranil Ghosh , who makes his Bollywood debut at Ajay Devgn-starrer 'Maidaan' , he feels that the work environment in Bollywood is more relaxed than Kolkata.
At Tollywood (Kolkata's film industry), we have to work with a limited budget and create things within that budget. So, most of the time, one person has to do the work of two people, which creates tension and improves the chances of error. Despite all this, many good films are made in Bengal every year. In Mumbai, the work environment is much more relaxed. Here, everyone follows a strict discipline and they respect each other very much. healthy feeling, the 46-year-old actor told a news agency.
This industry is very organized and everyone knows their duty well, which helps it run smoothly, added Rudranil, who is known for his roles in Bengali films such as' Vinci Da ',' Hawa Bodol ',' Chaplin 'and' Chalo Let's Go ', among other movies.
His Bollywood debut flick 'Maidaan' is directed by Amir Sharma of the fame of 'Badhaai Ho'. The film tells the story of the legendary footballer. Syed Abdul Rahim , who also served as coach and manager of the national football team of India from 1950 to 1963. Rahim's character is being played by Ajay Devgn.
Sharing his experience of working with Ajay Devgn, Rudranil said: Ajay Sir is a great person and an experienced actor. It is flexible while rehearsing or acting. But before and after that, he prefers to be alone. He doesn't talk much but he has a nice personality and is very cooperative.
Rudranil added: He (Ajay Devgn) was my hero in school since the days of 'Phool Aur Kaante'. I became a fan of Ajay Sir after seeing that iconic scene of him standing on two bicycles. The definition of a Bollywood hero of the typical glamorous actor has changed to someone who looks like the common man.
'Maidaan' is currently on the floors in Mumbai. The film also stars National Award-winning South actress Keerthy Suresh, and Gajraj Rao of 'Badhai Ho' fame. The film is expected to hit theaters next year.