The conversation was going something like this that Rajeev asked Divyendu Sharma about his ultimate conclusion scene from Mirzapur season 2 where he died after been shot by Guddu & Golu. Divyendu told his part and then Rajeev proceed to ask everyone What’s it like to shoot dying scene on set?, then Rajkummar told everyone about his experience.
Rajkummar said, while growing up he watches a lot of Bollywood movies and back then he also used to believe that the way actors shows dying on screen was right. But after watching actors like Irrfan in Haasil(2003), Manoj Bajpayee in Gangs of Wasseypur(2012) and Robert De Niro in Taxi Driver(1976), he realised that dying is just an impact that only takes seconds to happen.
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He adds on to that by telling his recent experience while doing a dying scene in one of his upcoming movies. During the scene, the director instructed him to lay on the ground and it’s raining, it’s pouring hard! The water was entering his nostrils and he was unable to breathe properly at that moment. He explained about his difficulty shooting that part and what he learned after doing it.
He said it’s just a technical detail that he’s sharing here but for some die heart fans it can be a big spoiler to know. He didn’t disclosed the title of the film in the interview by the way. Rajkummar Rao’s upcoming movies includes The White Tiger(2021), Roohi Afzana(2021), Badhaai Do(2021) Chupke Chupke(1975) remake, Hit(2020) remake and Dinesh Vijan’s next production. What do you think, which film would this scene be from?