“I will chain my hands, my feet and lock myself”

Randeep Hooda On Prepping For Sarbjit:

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It would not be an exaggeration to say that it is the film of 2016 Sarabjit One of the marked Randeep HoodaA career best. The actor gave a remarkable performance in the biopic as Sarabjit Singh – an Indian farmer who was convicted of espionage after inadvertently moving to Pakistan and served several years in prison before tragically dying in custody. During a recent conversation with Ranveer Allahabadia, Randeep shared an insight into his preparation for the role, revealing an intense method he used. “The first thing I did was I stopped flushing the toilet,” he said. I would turn off the bathroom lights, and I would lock myself in the shower area with my hands and feet chained. I used to spend time there. It was very difficult in the beginning. I used to write letters to my director Omung Kumar, which I never sent to him.”

In the same discussion, Randeep Hooda also expressed, “I had read some of his (Sarbjit Singh’s) letters to his family and I had seen many photographs. I kind of knew what he had been through. In his letters, he would ask about his family, his hometown. I didn’t know how to play someone who has been in jail for 22 years.”

Before the publication of SarabjitThe entire cast of the film including Randeep Hooda, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan (who played Sarabjit’s sister), Richa Chadha, Darshan Kumar and producer Jackie Bhagnani attended a special prayer meeting. This was to commemorate the third death anniversary of Sarabjit Singh who died in May 2013.

In this meeting, Randeep Hooda told the reporters that the film Sarabjit Does not portray Pakistan negativelyhe said, “I don’t think any Pakistan is bashed in the film. But yes, there are a lot of prisoners and some are tortured. I’m not sure if that will happen here. If you treat someone for such things just because of their nationality, their Because of the crime, then, if it happens in India or Pakistan, it is always wrong.”

“The film is based on a Pakistani prison. But it’s not like we’re slamming a country like Pakistan. It’s a common man caught in the political ups and downs between the two countries,” added Randeep Hooda.

Randeep Hooda recently released Freedom Veer Savarkar, Another biopic, Currently playing in cinemas.

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