Alia Bhatt and Vijay Varma’s Darlings released on August 5 amidst excitement and anticipation. And the verdict seems to be coming to an end as the dark comedy has managed to wow fans and critics with its fresh storyline and solid performances. Vijay Varma, who plays a negative character recently revealed how people used to make fun of him by saying that he is not Shahrukh Khan And how the tables have turned ever since he became a part of SRK’s production Red Chillies Entertainment.
During a conversation with The Indian Express, the Gully Boy actor said, “The underdog who came here ten years ago is feeling right now. I took many leaps, risks and chances at the cost of almost breaking my entire family. I ran away from home. Gaya. So, all of them are feeling very relieved now, they were afraid that how will I pull this off, it is not easy to go to Mumbai and become something. I was told ‘You are not Shahrukh Khan’, but now Shahrukh Khan said Hired me for my film.”
The actor further shared about his process of selecting a script. He said, “Now that I have a small chunk of work, I cannot afford to repeat what I have done earlier. So, it becomes a criterion while choosing the script. The second is to understand that I am doing the film. What am I doing and third, and most importantly, what is the film doing, what is it saying and how well is it saying it.”
Vijay Varma also talked about the difference between himself and Alia Bhatt’s character on the sets of Gully Boy. He shared, “I had to make a conscious choice as both me and Alia were also in Gully Boy. So, we wanted to make sure that we create an entirely new identity. The script was rich enough to give us so much to feed on. I went to Byculla, hang out with people, listened to their stories, listened to how they celebrate, how they spend their evenings, how they are obsessed with the reels, how they like their social media and who they are. Listen to some music. I studied him and realized that there is more Urdu in his ‘Bambaiya’, which I like because I am from Hyderabad. That’s how I collected small pieces to become Hamza, a highly respected person, and a government job. ,
Directed and co-written by Jasmeet K Reen and directed by Gauri Khan (Red Chillies Entertainment) and Alia Bhatt (Eternal Sunshine Productions), Darlings is a black comedy drama film starring Alia Bhatt, Shefali Shah, Vijay Varma and Roshan Mathew. Is. main roles. The story is set against the backdrop of an abusive husband and follows the lives of two women as they find courage and love in extraordinary circumstances.