Evoking the picture of an Indian Black Widow, the fiery and enigmatic Agent Agni aka Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut is about to enthral the audiences in her film ‘Dhaakad’.
She lately visited the Capital together with co-actors Arjun Rampal, Divya Dutta, producer Deepak Mukut and director Razneesh Ghai. Kangana and your complete solid talked about their roles and the actress emphasised the challenges in portraying her fierce and daring character.
Speaking about her look and the way she ready for her position, Kangana shared: “I would like to thank our director for taking up this project and doing a movie with me while everyone suggested to him, ‘how you can do your first movie with Kangana’. I tried to give my best.”
Kangana Ranaut added whereas pointing towards the director: “He was most apprehensive about my weight gain due to ‘Thalaivii’ and always asked me, ‘You will lose this weight right? you will lose? and I used to respond, ‘Yes I will,” she laughs and provides: “Even I used to think whether I will be able to be in shape again for this role after looking at his face.”
Razneesh added what was on his thoughts when he took up this mission and Agent Agni’s character: “I wrote the stories for two other guys to portray physically strong woman characters and I wanted to physically push Kangana as she had done ‘Thalaivii’ and so it was a gradual process to lose weight. I wanted to inspire children and today’s generation with this movie.”
Kangana Ranaut shared: “I wanted to use fake guns for this movie as I got hurt while shooting for ‘Manikarnika’ but my director was keen that I should use real weapons. As far as my training is concerned, since childhood I have been learning from my action master Surya Narayan ji, from whom I am learning from the age of 16 or 17, but never got such a role except a few like ‘Krish’ or ‘Manikarnika’. Moreover, for the movie, a crew came from Hollywood and also from Korea for the training. So, it’s a team effort and no single person can be given the credit.”
She claimed: “This movie has the longest fight sequence in Hindi cinema, approximately 14 minutes.”
Continuing the dialog, Arjun who can be seen as Rudraveer, a world human and arms trafficker within the film, throws mild on his character.
He outlined his character as ‘stylish, brutal, lean, evil-someone without feelings’. “I don’t think anybody has presented me like this. I am returning to the big screen after a long hiatus, and I don’t think I could have had a better opportunity and a better director to come onboard and do this wonderful film.”
Divya briefed about taking part in a gray shaded character, Rohini within the film: “‘Dhaakad’ is a really special movie for me. This is especially true because sometimes, one is able to receive a complete package. This is a totally different sort of role. It’s a negative one. I got the opportunity to participate in numerous crazy mean streaks, which was really fun.”
“There were some amazing scenes that I think I will remember for the rest of my life. It’s something really beautiful. It’s so nice to be cast against your type, and that was really wonderful. I am so glad I have the most fantabulous co-stars with me. I think I will look back and have a broad smile,” she added.
Talking in regards to the competitors between ‘Dhaakad’ and ‘Bhool Bhulaiyaa 2’, Kangana Ranaut mentioned: “We cannot always get a solo release. It isn’t like that these films are releasing on 5000 or 7000 screens. They both can simultaneously come and do well at the same time.”
On many Indian motion pictures adapting from international movies and ‘Dhaakad’ having unique content material, Kangana mentioned: “Definitely this is an original idea.”
Arjun Rampal added: “I would like to add something. Razneesh and I were talking recently. He received a call from the action directors. They said that the action scenes looked so amazing that they wanted to enter the movie for the acting awards that are held in Hollywood.”
The actress additionally shared her perspective about South movies doing effectively and getting an excellent response from the viewers compared to Bollywood movies.
She mentioned: “I have been the biggest cheerleader for South Indian films. If you see, I was the first one to start the topic of “our regional cinema should do well. We all should do something by coming together to save our screens from Hollywood or international films, because the Italian, French and German and English film industries have single-handedly destroyed everyone. We must promote South, Malayalam, Kannada or Punjabi films. We should be scared of the American film industry.”
On the query of women-centric motion pictures being made much less within the trade, Kangana mentioned: “We ought to have a look at a movie simply as a movie. We shouldn’t connect sexuality to it.
Divya additionally asserted: “I think we should cease demarcating women-centric and men-centric movies. Once this happens, normalcy will come by itself.”
Arjun concluded: “We have come from an era when women had limited rights and there was no equality. Ever since I’ve arrived in the film industry, I’ve done at least one women-oriented movie per year. I think that this is because my support system is primarily comprised of women, which includes my mother, my sister, and now my daughters.”
Directed by Razneesh Ghai, ‘Dhaakad’ is introduced by Soham Rockstar Entertainment Pvt Ltd in affiliation with Kamal Mukut, Sohel Maklai Productions and Asylum Films.
It options Kangana Ranaut as Agent Agni within the lead position with Arjun Rampal, Divya Dutta and Saswata Chatterjee in supporting roles.