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Sidharth Malhotra drew inspiration from these B-town superstars

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Actor Sidharth Malhotra says he drew inspiration from Amitabh Bachchan and Shah Rukh Khan's performances in order to essay his larger-than-life role in the upcoming "Marjaavaan".

"You don't do larger-than-life things in real life. I am fighting with 10 people at the same time and I am breaking things (in the film). I have been a fan of (Amitabh) Bachchan saab or Shah Rukh (Khan) sir, who have played such roles successfully in their careers. I have taken inspiration from them, so that we can do something interesting in our zone. I think the things that you do in a film should look convincing and believable to the audience when they watch a film," said Sidharth, while interacting with the media to promote "Marjaavaan" along with co-actor Riteish Deshmukh and the film's director Milap Zaveri.

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"Marjaavaan" tells the story of Raghu (Sidharth Malhotra) and Zoya (Tara Sutaria) whose world is turned upside down by a vertically-challenged gang leader (Riteish Deshmukh) with harmful intentions. Sidharth plays a larger-than-life character in the film.

Talking about the audience response to trailer and songs of "Marjaavaan", the actor said: "I am excited with the kind of response the trailer and the songs is getting from the audience. Our film's core is a love story, so when people appreciate the love songs of the film that means they are keen to accept the love story. I hope large number of people watch our film when it releases on November 15."

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Sidharth's last few films such as "Baar Baar Dekho", "A Gentleman", "Aiyaary" and "Jabariya Jodi" haven't worked at the box-office. Asked about his state of mind before the release of "Marjaavaan", he said: "You have to move forward with every release and you shouldn't think much about your past release, whether it was a success or a failure. I think every Friday comes with new energy, a different script and a different story. I have learnt this lesson over the years. I think there is lesser fear of the unknown now. I have seen both extremes, so I am better prepared and more focused and energised for my next release, where I am breaking people's bones and heart's in a Milap Zaveri film."

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