Images from Raman Raghav 2.0




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4 Responses to “Images from Raman Raghav 2.0”

  1. Is this Nawazuddin playing a psycho here?
    Quite an interesting and intriguing posters.
    Looking forward to it.
    Only Akshay and Nawazuddin now a days are doing exciting stuffs.

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  2. tonymontana Says:

    Nawaz in a lead role in a kashyao film is certainly something that demands interest

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  3. THE BEST PIECE ON ACTING, AND THE MOST ARTICULATE ONE, YOU WILL EVER READ.

    I’m a director who has been working with actors for almost 30 years, and I’m the son of a film historian. I’ll give you my definition of good acting. But I really want to stress that if I say, “Pacino is great,” and you disagree, my experience does not make me right and you wrong. It just means we have different tastes.

    First, for me, an actor is good if he makes me believe he’s actually going through whatever his character is going through. I’m talking somewhat about physical stuff (“He really is getting shot!” “He really is jumping off a moving train!”) but mostly about psychological stuff (“He really is scared!” “He really is in love!”). If an actor seems to be faking it, he’s not doing his job.

    Second, the actor has to surprise me. This is the most nebulous requirement, but it’s important. Except for really small parts that aren’t supposed to call attention to themselves (e.g., a bank teller who just cashes the hero’s checks), it’s not enough for actors to just seem real. Seeming real is a requirement, but a second requirement is that I can’t predict their every reaction before they have them. Think of how someone might react if his or her significant other ends the relationship. There are many, many truthful ways—ways that would seem like a human being reacting and not like a space alien behaving in some bizarre, unbelievable way. An actor’s job is to know the breadth of human possibility and the depths of his or her own possibilities. He or she must pull from this well and surprise us. Otherwise, the actor becomes boring and predictable.

    http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/films/news/how-to-tell-good-acting-from-bad-acting-according-to-a-shakespearean-director-a6892731.html

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