I was laughing with tears after reading the narration, the story written from the heart is ‘Jayeshbhai Zordar’: Ranveer Singh

Actor Ranveer Singh’s film ‘Jayeshbhai Jordar’ has been released in cinemas today. Ranveer shared many experiences about the film. He said he was laughing with tears when he read the narration of the film. According to Ranveer, the story shook him, it is a heartfelt story. Let’s read Ranveer Singh’s conversation with Punjab Kesari / Navodaya Times / Jag Bani / Hind Samachar.

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How did you get into this movie?

My Guru Aditya Chopra called me one day and said he has got a miraculous script and he wants me to listen to it. I went for narration. Divyang Thakkar, who had never directed before, gave me a narration in which I was laughing with my tears. I was laughing and crying all at once. I had a tissue box on the table, which was gone by the end of the narration. I had a lot of fun and it shook me. This is a heartfelt story. I am known as a great entertainer for the audience and I am fortunate to collaborate with some of the biggest filmmakers who feel I can be a part of their life-long vision for cinema in India. However, I mainly want to make films that unite audiences across the country for a community experience. I will also choose important films like ‘Jayeshbhai Jordar’ which satirically talk about poisonous masculinity. I was impressed with the script and as soon as I heard the story I thought I should do this film.

What was it like working with emerging director Divyang Thakur?

The heart of this film is writer-director Divyang Thakkar and he is a bundle of pure love and happiness. The kindness of his heart, kind, humble and loving soul, which is reflected in his work, his writing in the film and my character.

Apart from emotions, drama and social messages, what else is special about the film?

I really like the way Jayeshbhai deals with the current real problems in our country but it is set in an imaginary world of Praveengarh. This world works in a strange way. I know that ‘Jayeshbhai Jordar’ is a risky step for me. I know I have never done a film like this and I am known for being in the headlines. I know its canvas is not big but its heart is in the right place and it is a film that our film industry had to make. So I am proud to support it and I hope the audience will like it too.

Your character is actually a non-traditional look at a hero, so tell us, who inspired you the most for this role?

My father has been my inspiration for ‘Jayeshbhai Jordar’. I borrowed a lot from that aspect of my life, the way my dad was with us as a family. Until their sleep, their sole purpose was to give us a better life. The best protector and provider they could possibly be. To be the best family person they could possibly be. To do everything in their power, no matter how much they take from him – physically, mentally, emotionally they will put everything in this effort to give us a better life, which was also the basis of Jayeshbhai’s journey.

You are getting a lot of praise for Gujarati pronunciation so how did you prepare for ‘Jayeshbhai Jordar’?

I worked with a discussion coach for over a month because the way Jayeshbhai speaks is special to the people of Gujarat. I had to say exactly what their Hindi would look like and it was an important task. For this I thanked my director Diwang, who is also from Gujarat. I did some other things. He was introduced to the unique actors of Gujarati theater and film industry who have been cast in ‘Jayeshbhai Jordar’. Diwang made sure that he was always around me on the set so that I could rehearse my scenes with him regularly. It was a precious process for me to become a Jayeshbhai.

Even today in our country boys and girls are discriminated against. What do you think about it? Will this film break the stereotyped thinking?

I think ‘Jayeshbhai Jordar’ is a very important film for the time we are living in. I think it shows some of the evils that exist in our society. I’m glad I got the chance to be a part of a film that has a proper social message, yet it is being lauded as an entertainer. This is one of the things I have always hoped for, that I am able to influence social change with the help of my craft and art. I am really happy that as a team of ‘Jayeshbhai Jordar’ we are able to use that power of cinema and influence the attitude of the people and hopefully we will positively influence the social change.

Tell us about your upcoming projects.

I am currently shooting for Karan Johar’s ‘Rocky Aur Rani Ki Prem Kahani’. Yesterday we also announced the release date of ‘Circus’, which will be released this Christmas weekend. I look forward to both of these projects.

What was Deepika Padukone’s reaction to the trailer?

Deepika is a person who is very honest. She never lies to me. She always tells me what I said. So if she praises, the effect will be different. He said something that went straight to my heart. After ’83 ‘, he said after the trailer of’ Jayeshbhai Jordar ‘, “What you are doing is quite unique because you are actually a mainstream actor. Yet you are able to create special characters from time to time. No one can trace you when someone sees you on screen and you have taken this character to the point where it is unique. “

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