Marjaavaan, which hits screens this Friday, has amassed appreciable buzz in the leadup to its launch, with one of the main causes (apart from the music) being Riteish Deshmukh’s flip as a dwarf, the place he returns as a villain after Ek Villain for solely the second time in his profession. Now, whereas unusual, Riteish wouldn’t be the first actor to painting a dwarf in Indian cinema with the likes of legendary superstars like Shah Rukh Khan and Kamal Haasan having beforehand aced such roles. In reality, SRK’s Zero, whereby he performed a dwarf albeit a constructive character, launched solely final 12 months in December. Fun reality: Both Marjaavaan and Zero have been truly being shot concurrently, however the latter managed to warp up and launch in theaters nearly a 12 months prior to the Milap Zaveri directorial.
Now, Riteish himself has come forth and thanked SRK for providing his invaluable inputs to get the VFX of his dwarfed character excellent. In an interview with TOI, Riteish confessed that whereas each movies have been being shot, the Baadshah of Bollywood graciously confirmed sure VFX photographs of his movie to the workforce of Marjaavaan, making their work simpler. King Khan for a motive, proper? Of course, it’s a well known proven fact that Shah Rukh owns the premiere the finest VFX studio in the nation.
“I am thankful to Shah Rukh Khan. In fact, we were shooting Marjaavaan at the same time when Zero was being shot, and Shah Rukh was gracious enough to show us certain VFX shots from his film. He had the best equipment available and the production was also on a higher scale. Sometimes, budget can be a limitation and at such times, it is all about how smartly you pull it off. As a director, I think that Milap has shot intelligently.”
Marjaavan additionally marks the reunion of Sidharth Malhotra and Riteish Deshmukh, 5 years after Ek Villain. The movie additionally stars Tara Sutaria in her sophomore outing put up Student of the Year 2. Stay tuned to BollywoodLife for extra scoops and updates.