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Aditya Rawal: I didn’t get my debut film on a platter

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Mumbai, April 22 (IANS) Young actor Aditya Rawal, son of the veteran Paresh Rawal, says although “Bamfaad” was a perfect debut film for him to prove his acting skill as a debutant, it wasnt easy for him to bag the project and that he had his share of struggle too.

“I am fortunate to have everything that I have dreamt of, but (I have it) after three years of struggle. Not that I have got everything on a platter, and perhaps that is why I value everything. I studied in NYU, auditioned, did theatre and wrote stories. I have done everything that a struggler does in his initial days. So when finally my debut happened with ‘Bamfaad’ I take it for what it is — an opportunity to explore. I did not take it as pressure that comes along with a film, but as the chance to prove my skill as an actor,” claimed Aditya, while speaking to IANS.

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“Bamfaad” also features Vijay Varma, Jatin Sarna among others, and is streaming on ZEE5.

His co-actor Vijay mentioned: “Aditya is surely a talent to watch out. Being a Juhu brat, the way he played the character Nasir Jamal in the film, it looked convincing. He did not have the air of being the son of a veteran actor like Paresh ji. We chatted for long on films, and obviously world cinema is our common interest area.”

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Aditya has studied creative writing abroad, so does it make him a better judge of a script? “Most definitely yes. I think studying scriptwriting and doing theatres in London and NYC has given me a better understanding of the craft. It will help me in future to choose the right script. I understand the intention of a writer in the process of creating a character better,” he replied.


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