The pandemic has forced everyone to think outside the box – from remote shooting to seeking out digital premiere movies. Harshvardhan Rane has taken it up a notch – the actor, who tested positive for COVID-19 earlier this month, dubbed Bejoy Nambiar’s Taish from his hospital bed.
In his bid to meet the October 29 deadline, Rane recorded a few lines on his phone at the request of the director. “I made a small studio in the hospital with 12 blankets while in intensive care,” explains the actor, adding that his sudden requests for blankets were initially quite troubling to medical staff. “The nurses felt like I had gone crazy when I told them it should make a small dubbing studio. I made a small hollow to minimize the external noise to ensure clarity. Taish worked for me as an anti-COVID drug. “
Rane was a strong believer in doing his homework and got into the character’s skin before shooting for the ZEE5 project. “I locked myself up [to channel] the character’s anger, ‘says the actor, who had then temporarily relocated his base to the suburbs of Mumbai. He also credits Nambiar for giving him free rein to interpret his character. . He also recognizes the intelligence of the public and serves [content that gives them a window] in his mind. Taish has been developed in two formats: a two-hour film and a six-part series.
Ready to return to work, the actor will resume shooting for the Taapsee Pannu and Vikrant Massey starrer Haseen Dillruba later this month. ‘We would finish it [the schedule] in March. We returned from Haridwar and in the next 24 hours the closure was announced. “
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