Sanjay Kapoor on his portrayal of a gay man in Murder Mubarak; he says: 'I felt very, very comfortable doing it' | Hindi Movie News


Actor Sanjay Kapoorwho broke stereotypes by playing Raja Sahib in 'Mubarak assassination.', received good responses from viewers for the interpretation of his character. During an interview with, the actor spoke about his role in the film, who hides his identity as gay man and lives vicariously through others. He went on to explain that he was “comfortable” playing the role and that essaying the role didn't really matter to him.
The veteran actor said: “I won't name the person, but a great director came up to me and said, 'You know, I love what you did in 'Murder Mubarak' and all that. You were excellent. You were funny,” You have that scene in which you talk about 'balls' and then you moved on to the emotional scene. Everything was wonderful. Also, that emotional scene with Pankaj Tripathi was great too. “He also told me, 'At this point in your career, you played a gay character. I'm very proud of you for that.'”
“So that was his reaction. Sometimes you do something and you trust the director. He was very well placed there, even that hand scene. He believes that Pankaj Tripathi's character, the policeman, is going to expose the lifestyle of Raja Sahib. And he (Raja Sahib) thinks, 'I will live up to my identity' and takes Tinsuk's hand. But the moment ACP Bhavani Singh says that Raja Sahib has not done anything, he leaves his hand “Everything was done so beautifully,” he added. aggregate.
“He is Raja Sahib and he is tough and then there is the scene where he says, if anyone comes to know that Raja Sahib does not have this and is leading a life like this, then it is a big problem for him. He continues.” trying to prove to him (Pankaj Tripathi) that he still loves his wife. He is wonderfully made, even though he has a chink in his armor. I think the way he positioned himself was very simple and smooth. So no, “I don't really care. I felt very, very comfortable doing it. And I'm glad that people recognize it. Like you and some others are saying. The person I talked about before gave me a lot of special praise.” concluded the actor.
Directed by Homi Adajania'Mubarak Assassination' is a thriller film starring Sara Ali KhanKarisma Kapoor, Tisca Chopra, Pankaj Tripathi, Vijay Varma, Dimple Kapadia and many others.

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