Mumbai, August 14
Actor Chunky Panday says it was all about heroes doing the best factor on display screen when he ventured into Bollywood within the eighties.
Far from his greenhorn days in Bollywood, the actor is now all set to painting a gray function within the net sequence “Abhay 2”, and he sees it as an important change that actors right now are exploring the darkish aspect of characters.
“When I came into films in the late 1980s and early 1990s, it was all about these heroes doing all the right things. The hero couldn’t dream of doing anything negative, but then came SRK and he attempted films like ‘Darr’ and ‘Baazigar’, and now slowly I have seen that even Akshay (Kumar) is doing it, and Aamir (Khan) is doing it. Ranveer (Singh) has done it so convincingly in ‘Padmaavat’,” Chunky instructed IANS.
The actor, who has been within the business for over 30 three years, says he made his transition in 2000 as a result of he realised he would not play the hero anymore.
“I did this transformation in 2000 when I came back from Bangladesh. I realised that I wouldn’t be playing the hero anymore—even though I never played the main hero except in a couple of films,” he mentioned.
Chunky principally labored in movies that had a number of actors, and he was forged as one of many many leads.
“I was always in multistarrer films, and I was one of the lead actors, but when I made a conscious effort to get back into characters, I realised how enjoyable it is to play characters. There is no pressure on you. Once you get into that character, it becomes you.”
“Abhay 2”, an eight-episode sequence, marks the return of Kunal Kemmu as an investigative officer who has a knack for fixing crimes by considering just like the offender.
Directed by Ken Ghosh, the present will premiere on Zee5 on August 14. IANS