Sohum Shah remembers his Talvar co-star Irrfan Khan

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Sohum Shah remembers his Talvar co-star Irrfan Khan

It’s been a month today, since Irrfan Khan left us forever. Filmmaker and actor, Sohum Shah, who worked with Irrfan in Meghna Gulzar's Talvar, shared his memories of working with the late actor.


Sohum Shah

Speaking to a daily, Sohum revealed all that he got to learn a lot from the actor’s nonchalance. “I had a great experience working with him. He was the most chilled-out actor on the set. He used to give suggestions between the shots so I got to learn a lot from him. He was a different person behind the camera. Once the camera started rolling, he used to switch to his character. He was well aware of world cinema and politics,” said Sohum.


Sohum further shared that Irrfan taught him to live in the moment. "He used to be relaxed and not worry or stress about things. He thought that once you are relaxed you are in control of the situation. He had amazing control over his mind.”

During his first meeting with Irrfan, at The Lunch Box party, Sohum recalled asking him about his method of acting. “Irrfan had then said, ‘I am still searching for it, everybody is.’ Despite being one of the most talented and versatile actors, he was still in search of methods to make himself better. He was very evolved, not only as an actor but as a human being too," said Sohum.



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Rana Daggubati made his acting debut with the Telugu film titled, Leader (2010). The actor recalled his first day as an actor on the film set and shared, “On the first day itself, I had scenes with Suhasini Maniratnam, who was playing my mother in the film. Sekhar Kammula, my director, and his ADs all chilled-out people, were a bit overwhelmed since the scale of this film was slightly big.” The actor shared that it was Suhasini, who made him feel comfortable rehearsing the scenes with him and chatting about things. “I was happy to face the camera,” recalled Rana. 

 


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Remembering the first day on the set of his first Hindi film, Dum Maaro Dum (2011), directed by Rohan Sippy, shot in Goa, Rana shared, “I’d been hanging with Prateik and Rohan for a while during the training. Since we were around the same age, it turned out to be the best film shoot of my life. For my first shot, it was Prateik and me enjoying ourselves at a carnival. And for the first five days, it was only that, after which the main work started.”

Rana further shared that although he felt a sense of accomplishment shooting two films in two different industries in his very first year, the euphoria soon faded away as his next films in both languages tanked the year after. “In my first three years in the industry, I had two hits and two flops. That was a reality check!”

Well, that was the thing of his past. The Baahubali films have brought him fame of a lifetime. Presently, the actor is in celebratory mode after his engagement to event manager and interior designer Miheeka Bajaj. Congratulations Rana!


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