Actor Sharad Kelkar, who makes his Telugu film debut with pending actioner “Sardaar Gabbar Singh”, said the film’s lead performer Pawan Kalyan finished him even before he tried out for the part.
“I was drawn closer by maker Sharrath Marar, and was required a screen test. Be that as it may, even before I tried out for the part, Pawan sir knew he had discovered his miscreant. In his brain, he had settled me even before I was authoritatively marked for the part. I think he has an awesome eye for ability,” Sharad, who plays the opponent in the film, told IANS.
Pawan’s confidence in Sharad supported his spirit.
“When I began working with him, I could feel the amount of certainty he had in me. What’s more, when you get such vibes, it helps your certainty and that is precisely what happened for my situation. I couldn’t have requested a superior presentation,” he said.
Known for his work in TV and movies, for example, “Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ram-Leela” and “Rough Handsome”, Sharad plays an underhanded landowner in K.S. Ravindra-coordinated “Sardaar Gabbar Singh”.
There’s nothing more I want to add about my role, because most of it was already shown in the trailer. What audiences will see in the film is just an extension of it. How many debutants get so prominently noticed in a film’s trailer,” he asked, adding that he has been flooded with offers since the release of the trailer earlier this month.
It was a treat to work with Pawan Kalyan, recalls Sharad, who is swooned by the star’s humility.
“He’s probably the best human being I’ve come across in the industry. Once, when I sprained by back in an action sequence, and Pawan sir iced my back. I felt so embarrassed but at the same time was touched by his gesture. Rarely do we find stars to be so friendly and compassionate,” said Sharad, who was awed by the scale of the film.
“When I joined the sets in Maharashtra, I was stunned by the size of the team. I’ve worked on Hindi projects with nearly 200-300 crew members. Here, there were around 1,000 people working tirelessly, and it made realise the scale of this project,” he said, adding that he also found work in Telugu filmdom to be a lot more organised……
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