Panaji, November 23 (SocialNews.XYZ) Claiming that middle-class life in India was a comedy, actor Manoj Bajpayee said on Monday that she was the inspiration and benchmark for all of her characters.
Participating via virtual mode in a “chat session” on “Creating Cult Icons: Indian James Bond with The Family Man” held on the sidelines of the 52nd International Indian Film Festival in Goa on Monday, Manoj said that ‘he had never tried to make his characters larger than life.
“I always try to live in reality and make the character a representative of the masses,” explained the gifted actor and added: “I didn’t need to look for Srikant Tiwari, my character on the show” The Family Man “anywhere else. I have it in me, in my family, in my surroundings and everywhere.”
Stating that “The Family Man” was a beautiful story of a middle class Indian, who was trying to strike a balance between a demanding job and a demanding family, the actor who was hailed as a versatile artist by critics and moviegoers said, “When Raj and DK came to me with the synopsis (of ‘The Family Man 2’), I was sold.”
“The Family Man” director duo Raj Nidimoru and Krishna DK, better known as Raj & DK, told the shoot that they wanted to make a pan-Indian story. âThe greatest expression of freedom we felt when we started the series ‘The Family Man’ was why should we limit ourselves? To break down the barrier and make the story pan-Indian, we reached out to the cast. , the team and the writers from different regions, âsaid the duo.
Other participants in the session included actress Samantha Ruth Prabhu and Amazon Prime India Originals director Aparna Purohit.
The chat session was moderated by actor Ankur Pathak. The session began with the panel’s congratulations by the Secretary of the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Apurva Chandra, in the presence of festival director Chaitanya Prasad.