The actors who love to get into the skin of the character
Entertainment business comes as a very easy money earning source for people who enter the cinemas, enjoy the films and come back to home judging the actors and makers. Little do they know, how much efforts and risks the profession involve before the actors accept the heavy pay cheques for their role. While it is all fun and entertainment for us, these actors do a lot to get into the skin of their character. In the process, sometimes they end up affecting their mental and physical health too. Here we bring you some of these actors who went really extreme to get into the skin of their characters.
Alia Bhatt played the character of an abused girl in Udta Punjab which was totally opposite from the way people see her. No doubt she has always played challenging roles, but in this, she went too far. Alia Bhatt had accepted that the gang rape scene was emotionally traumatizing for her as she just wanted to complete it and go home.
Farhan Akhtar totally transformed his look and practiced hard to play the role of super athlete Milkha Singh. He was so convincing as Milkha in the film that even after a rather slow start, the film went on to be a 100 crore grosser. The film was loved by the audience and so was his performance.
The talented actor went ahead with looking like a 324-year-old man in the movie Raabta. Apart from that, he underwent an amazing physical transformation for his movie Trapped. Now for a web-series based on Neta Ji Subhash Chander Bose, he is sporting a special hairstyle
Randeep Hooda literally tortured himself to play the character of Sarabjeet in his biopic. We all saw his transformation as he lost 18 kgs weight in 28 days but we don't know painful it was for Randeep.
Nawazuddin Siddiqui is another brilliant actor we have in Bollywood. For the character of a serial killer in Raman Raghav 2.0, Nawazuddin opted for method acting and had adverse effects on his mental health.
Varun Dhawan got out of his comfort zone and played a super challenging character in Badlapur. His performance and character sketch got him the best appreciation of his career so far. But as a cost to all this, he had to lose an important relationship.
Vidya Balan started it all with The Dirty Picture and then she donned different looks for Bobby Jasoos. It all continued with Begum Jaan in which she is playing the role of a prostitute. The metamorphosis involved a unibrow and eyes with colored lenses and really less makeup.
Ranbir Kapoor is one versatile actor who can get into any character with ease. Ranbir Kapoor is gearing up for Sanjay Dutt Biopic after Jagga Jasoos. Where on one hand, he has developed a physique like Sanju Baba; on the other hand, his make-up, looks etc are bang on!
Anushka Sharma's character in NH10 had huge demands and required Anushka to play to the gallery. From romantic scenes to all the scenes filled with trauma, she had to play it all.
Priyanka Chopra practiced really hard to play the character of boxer Mary Kom. The practice had changed her body structure and gave her a muscular look. After the film, she had a difficult time in shedding those muscles which were still visible to some extent.
Ranveer Singh always puts extra efforts to play the character he is given. During Bajirao Mastani he opted for method acting and in Padmavati too he locked himself into a room and went completed isolated to understand the mannerisms and nuances of the character of Alauddin Khilji.
Aamir Khan is one Bollywood superstar who does everything needful to achieve perfection in his character. In the meantime, he doesn't care about even his health. For Dangal, he had to play a young Mahavir Singh Phogat and a middle-aged one. For young Phogat, he required a fit and muscular body and for a middle-aged one, he needed to look out of shape and fat.
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