June 20, 2011 04:17:40 PM IST Joginder Tuteja, Glamsham Editorial
Trust Ram Gopal Varma to come up with blood curdling sagas. RAKHT CHARITRA had blood in practically every frame of the film and one can well expect the saga to repeat itself in his new offering NOT A LOVE STORY as well. Though the colour of blood may not be occupying every corner of the screen, Ramu promises that he would be pretty much psyching the audience with the sense of crime looming large as it is based on a true love story that involved a murder.
'Now imagine asking the actors to actually wear a hat of such real life characters and portray just the right emotions so that the story can be well told to the audience? It all does become really way too difficult for the actors,' says Ramu in his characteristic animated tone.
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In such a scenario one can well expect Mahie, Deepak and Ajay to have faced some challenging times indeed to shoot for the film, especially so, since they were required to act normally in a film that had anything but normalcy written over it.
'Yes of course it is a very difficult movie from performance perspective,' Ramu nods in agreement here, 'I think for actors it was a very unique experience altogether as when you come across characters like these who turn cold-blooded murderers, you want to disconnect yourself from them.'
This was the basic challenge that Ramu fought with while shooting NOT A LOVE STORY. 'The idea was to tackle the emotional aspect of my three protagonists, how was their relationship like and what eventually happened to them. Otherwise in any case there is no surprise about who killed whom. It is all available in papers, isn't it?' questions Ramu before signing off.
NOT A LOVE STORY releases all over on 19th August.