Rakul Preet Singh: I just saw the stage with Amitabh Bachchan as a chance to deliver an honest performance | Hindi Movie News



Rakul Preet Singh, who was praised for her performance as First Officer Tanya Albuqurque in Ajay Devgn’s Track 34, believes that the courtroom or trial sequence with Amitabh Bachchan was one of the most difficult of the film. Although she teamed up with Ajay in the past, this was her first outing with the senior superstar.

Recalling the time she shot the parts with him, Rakul says, “The hardest part of being in the courtroom with Mr. Bachchan was playing with a degree of vulnerability without any obvious retaliation towards his character. . I had to display a dilemma as a junior pilot who has his loyalty to his senior and his company, and who is in a difficult situation through no fault of his own. She fears losing her future opportunities. The character of Mr Bachchan creates tension and panic and my character had to react to all of this without too much dialogue. There was more to express through eyes and body language than lines. So, today, I don’t know how I did. There was no formula or method to do it right. At that time, I just saw the stage as a chance to deliver an honest performance.

Rakul thinks having a strong co-actor only elevates the stage and his work. Elaborating on it, she says, “When you have a strong co-actor like Amitabh Bachchan, you can feed off his energy and his performance will also bring out the best in you. I still remember that day when we were shooting the test sequence. I was nervous all day. I naturally felt everything that Mr. Bachchan’s character had wanted Tanya, my character, to feel. And when we rolled, I just slipped into Tanya’s mindset and reacted to Mr. Bachchan’s character like she would have in that situation. I’m an intuitive actor and I don’t think too much before any scene. I capture the mood of the situation and I deal with it. I tuned my mind to be nervous and feel some fear. Until we were done, I was left alone, I didn’t joke or laugh on set that day, so I don’t miss Tanya’s pulse. When I finished this scene, people cheered. Mr. Bachchan also appreciated it, which was very important to me. I still don’t know how it happened but everyone who saw the scene, from editing to post-production and the audience enjoyed it. It’s humbling and enjoyable.


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