Bollywood actor Jackie Shroff has opened up on his expertise of a piggyback trip on actor Vijay Varma in the brand new net sequence “OK Computer”. In the net present, the 2 actors have created a modern-day Vikram-Betal sequence.
In the sequence, Jackie Shroff performs a personality known as Pushpak, a cult chief who’s seen with out garments. In one specific scene, Vijay needed to carry Shroff on his again. “I am sure piggybacking for this scene was not as comfortable for Vijay as it was for me. I literally put my entire weight on his back as my character, Pushpak was supposed to look least bothered with what was happening around him — whether he was being arrested or the fact that he was not wearing any clothes,” Shroff mentioned.
“My brief for the scene was very simple… to not give a damn about anything and just let things happen. It was Vijay on the other hand who had to portray a complex feeling of seeing a naked man standing in front of him without a care in the world and then the dilemma of how to arrest an eccentric person like Pushpak. I feel that both of us along with all the other actors in the scene played our part to make it as hilarious as possible,” he added.
Yesterday, the actor took to his Instagram and shared a glimpse of his character. While sharing the video, the actor wrote “One man’s technology is another man’s enslavement. Pushpak is the mastermind behind JJM, an anti-tech, anti-science, anti-gravity cult determined to go back to the ‘good old days. Whether you like it or not, they’re taking you with them”
The official Twitter deal with of Disney+ Hotstar dropped the information of the trailer launch on Tuesday. The net present, set in 2031 has a voice-over that welcomes us to the long run. “Kitna hi control kar loge future ko jab future hi aapko control karne waala hai? Watch the Trailer now,” Disney+ Hotstar official deal with wrote.
“OK Computer” streams on Disney+ Hotstar from immediately. The sequence additionally options Radhika Apte, Rasika Dugal, Vibha Chibber, Sarang Sathaye, Ratnabali Bhattacharjee and Kani Kusruti amongst others. This unconventional six-episode sequence that focuses on the battle between ideologies, is being directed by Anand Gandhi, the person behind critically-acclaimed films like ‘Ship of Theseus’ and ‘Tumbbad’, alongside with Pooja Shetty and Neil Pagedar.
-with IANS inputs