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Rajat Kapoor Opens Up on Being Typecast; His New Film ‘Kora Kagazz’ | Exclusive Interview

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Rajat Kapoor Opens Up on Being Typecast; His New Film ‘Kora Kagazz’ | Exclusive Interview

Rajat Kapoor spoke on his new movie Kora Kagazz and likewise revealed being typecast in severe roles.

Rajat Kapoor Interview: Bollywood actor Rajat Kapoor is understood for his combined bag of roles in arthouse in addition to business movies, however Rajat Kapoor says he was getting typecast within the business after enjoying a suave businessman in Madhur Bhandarkar’s Corporate. While talking completely to India.com, Rajat revealed he needed to reject many movies gives to come back out of that shell and select some out-of-the-box scripts. The 61-year-old advised us, “I do feel being typecast, Corporate wali jo image hai vo chipak gayi hai Corporate ke baad se and I have tried very hard to not repeat those kinds of roles. I try to do different kinds of character now”.

Rajat Kapoor has a fair proportion of small-budgeted content-driven movies together with Bheja Fry, Mithya, Phas Gaye Re Obama, Ankhon Dekhi, RK/RKay to his credit score. The actor has additionally labored in business movies equivalent to Dil Chahta Hai, Drishyam 1 and a couple of, Kapoor & Sons, Mulk, Gehraiyaan. As Rajat thrives for meaty roles and he as soon as mentioned in an previous interview that mainstream movies are boring. So, we requested him the identical query – what if he will get an opportunity to work in a mainstream movie. Kapoor refused and mentioned ‘I will never do a mainstream film’. When requested the identical query with a twist – What in case you are paid double the quantity for a mainstream movie, to this, he laughed and mentioned, ‘Ha tab kar sakta hoon’.

After Drishyam 2, Rajat Kapoor might be seen in Nawneet Ranjan’s directorial – Kora Kagazz. The movie additionally options Swastika Mukherjee, and Aishani Yadav. Like an artwork drama, Kora Kogazz shows the storyline of affection that revolves across the lives of a juvenile dwelling warden, a 14-year-old lady, and an actor struggling to create artwork.

Published Date: November 24, 2022 6:14 PM IST

Updated Date: November 24, 2022 6:17 PM IST