Korean Original, Indian Remake: Gulshan Devaiah Shares His Experience

Korean original Indian remake Gulshan Devaiah discusses his experiences

Mumbai August 18 : actor Gulshan Devaiah, who’s in the process of preparing for his coming OTT series , ‘Duranga’ has said it is essential that actors first get to know their character and let the characters’ characteristics naturally manifest in their actions and not rush into the job without making any preparations.
Explicating the same actor’s remarks, the actor said “Everything can be difficult if you don’t take enough time to think about it and comprehend it.”

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This is the reason he was not able to navigate his character in “Duranga”.

“It was not difficult after I had done enough preparation.It’s up to be examined,” he said.

Produced by Pradeep Sarkar and Aijaz Khan”Duranga” is an adaptation of an Original Korean showcalled “Flower of Evil’.

When asked about the show’s offerings in terms of the novelty of it being an adaptation of an established show, Gulshan said, “Ours is an adaptation that has was adapted to the specific preferences of our subcontinental culture.The plot elements may be the same, however the overall feel and feeling will be distinct.”

When asked about his experiences of working with the show’s directors he stated, “It was my first Experience with both Pradeep Sarkar and Aijaz Khan.They both have their own ways of working and approaching scenes.It took a while to learn and adjust.”

Gulshan concluded by saying: “Pradeep sir is a highly experienced and accomplished filmmaker So it was a pleasure to to collaborate with the filmmaker of the amazing film “Parineeta,”.I was able to work with both of them, and it was a very pleasant and pleasurable experience.”

“Duranga” will be available through the OTT platform ZEE5 starting August 19.


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