Rani Mukerji starrer Mardaani 2 hit the theatres and getting a huge appreciation from the audience. The film’s story revolves around crimes committed against juveniles. Rani can be seen playing a brave cop who runs against the time to solve the crime. Vishal Jethwa who is playing a villain is making his debut with the film.
The film is making a big on the box office and positive words from the critics.
Vishal with his outstanding acting skills is becoming the talk of the town.
In a recent interview, Vishal reviled who he had to completely forget about himself to become an evil serial rapist on screen. He also told about the methodical and meticulous process he went through for the film.
“I’m a very happy, social person so this character is a complete contrast to who I’m in real life. It was very, very hard for me to become Sunny but I knew I had to prove myself as an actor. The preparation for this film was a painful process for me emotionally. I’m an actor so I approached my debut with as much honesty and integrity towards the character that I was given to play. I knew that for media and people to love my character, I will need them to hate Sunny and I prepped really hard. It was not easy because I’m not this evil person,” a daily quoted Vishal as saying. To transform into Sunny, I used to put a chair in the middle of the room and I used to vent all my anger, all my aggression towards it as if it was a person. I used a rod to hit the chair, abuse at the chair, shout and scream at the chair as if I was Sunny and I had to cause pain. I was exhausted after this process because Sunny is a person no one should ever become. Our film warns of people like him,” he adds.
“I also decided that I will wear the same clothes that Sunny wore in the film so that he can be with me even when I wasn’t rehearsing. I wore Sunny’s clothes through the shooting schedule. At one point in time, I stopped taking a bath with soap because Sunny is a filthy human being. I used to go to my house and lock myself up in my house for hours and hours and try and behave like Sunny, trying to find a body language, posture, demeanor,” he adds