(MENAFN- AsiaNet News) In a recent interview, Priyamani, known for her exceptional acting skills in Atlee Kumar's "Jawan" and her role in the spy thriller TV series "The Family Man" alongside Bollywood stalwart Manoj Bajpayee, discussed the contrasting acting styles of Manoj Bajpayee and Shah Rukh Khan.
Both Manoj Bajpayee and Shah Rukh Khan are celebrated actors renowned for their diverse acting styles and talents. Interestingly, they both share a common acting coach, Barry John. Given Priyamani's experience working with both these actors, she was asked to share her insights into the similarities and differences between SRK and Bajpayee.
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Priyamani described Manoj Bajpayee and Shah Rukh Khan as distinctly different in their approach to acting. While she found it challenging to pinpoint specific differences, she did emphasize that a significant portion of the scenes in "The Family Man" was improvised, primarily due to Bajpayee's brilliance. She praised Manoj Bajpayee's acting prowess and expressed her gratitude for having him as her co-star in the series, highlighting his phenomenal talent and her admiration for his work beyond "The Family Man."
Regarding Shah Rukh Khan, Priyamani mentioned that he typically adheres to the script more closely compared to Bajpayee. However, she acknowledged that SRK also brings his own touch to the characters he portrays. She noted that Shah Rukh Khan brings a lively and enjoyable flavor to his roles, adapting as required by the character. She mentioned some of his notable performances in movies like "Swades," "Chak De India," "Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham," "Fan," "Zero," "Kal Ho Naa Ho," "Pathaan," and "Jawan," emphasizing the diversity and depth in his acting.
Conversely, when discussing Manoj Bajpayee, Priyamani commended his ability to transform himself into characters like Srikant Tiwary from "The Family Man" and his recent role in "Sirf Ek Bandaa Kaafi Hai." She described his approach as brilliant, highlighting his unique ability to infuse his own essence into the characters he portrays.
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