Sohum Mujamdar talks about his film Dhamaka and his co-stars.
Kartik Aryaan indeed created a blast through his recently released film Dhamaka. The action and thriller film got good reviews from the audiences.
We spoke to one of the important actors of the film Sohum Mujamdar, who was seen only in the climax scene but won our heart throughout the film with his voice over.
Sohum Mujamdar exclusively talked about the new method used to shoot film and his co-stars.
Here are some excerpts from the conversation.
In Dhamaka for most of the time, you were behind the camera and giving voice over, as an actor how difficult is that?
It was truly a different and challenging role but it was not difficult for me as I have been Radio Jockey before.
The shooting process of Dhamaka was way more different than the other films as you shot the whole film in some days and that too in a single room, how was that experience, and what new did you learn through that process?
Yes, the experience was very different and unique. We shot the entire film in 10 to 13 days in a one-room only a few scenes were edited. Kartik was sitting in the same room and shooting and I was giving a voice-over.
Shahid Kapoor and Kartik Aryan who was easier to work with?
To be honest, both are very easier to work with and I’ve learned a lot from both of them and I can’t choose one between them. But both are a gem of a person. Shahid and Kartik both are different and unique and mainly excellent in their own way.