When actors speak about their roles, they often get asked how the character relates to their own life. Irrfan Khan is one actor who has explained how he gets out of character as soon as it’s time to go home at the end of a day’s work.
“I never draw connections between my own life and the characters I play. If as an actor you begin to delve deep into your own personal emotions and experiences, it can get very dangerous for you. When I go home, I leave my characters on the sets,”��Asian Age reported the actor stating.
Khan will be seen playing the protagonist in��Nishikant Kamat’s ‘Madaari’, a story of a father who has lost his son. Talking about his character, the actor explained, “I play a man who feels that the system has collapsed completely and there is a need for a reformation. Neither does the film attack any political ideologies.”
Khan’s rapport with Kamat has always been very positive. Being the third time the actor and director will be working together, Khan expressed, “Our association goes a long way. Many years ago, we shot the pilot for a television serial.��We are both focused on our work so much so that we exclude everything else.”
The film is set to hit the big screens on 10th June.