Be it ‘Shahid’ or ‘Trapped’ or yet to launch ‘Omerta’, Rajkumar Rao has never shied away from selecting uncommon positions, but the acting professional said doing hard-hitting films can take a cost on a gamblers psychological wellness.
Movies like ‘Omerta’ take the cost on psychological health
The acting professional, who has also appeared in Bollywood performers such as ‘Bareilly Ki Barfi’ and ‘Queen’, said both the styles are similarly complicated.
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“Doing both the type of theatre is challenging as they have their own set of difficulties. Doing ‘Omerta’, ‘Trapped’ sometimes can take a cost on your psychological wellness. While doing a film like ‘Bareilly Ki Barfi’ will not impact you,” Rajkumar said.
“Losing bodyweight is quite challenging but getting it is a little bit simple as you just have to hog, eat. Reducing bodyweight is an activity as I do to compromise meals. It was almost like doing ‘Trapped 2′ in actual life’. Also, I had to look a certain way in ‘Fanney Khan’.”