After working on The Kashmir Files, this actor had depression, he said: this is a lot of pain…

It’s been 6 days since The Kashmir Files was released, but the movie is still triumphing at the box office. The Kashmir Files is just a few steps behind to join the 100 crore club. The hard work of each character in this film is appreciated and is garnering praise far and wide. The interpretation of the film’s characters from Anupam Kher to Pallavi Joshi will give you goosebumps. The performance of Darshan Kumar who was seen in the role of Krishna Pandit in the film is also praised.

Actor Darshan Kumar has recently shared his experience about the movie The Kashmir in an interview. Speaking to Bollywood Life, Darshan Kumar recounted how he got a job in the film and what his experience was like. The actor said: ‘The director Vivek Agnihotri, sir, and Pallavi, madam, showed him the video of the real victim first, so that he could understand things.’ Darshan said during the interview, “After seeing the pain of the people in the video, he decided to play the role.”

Darshan Kumar said in the interview, “The role had such an emotional impact on him that he went into depression. He did meditation for about two weeks to get out of that feeling. The actor said, “When people left the theaters after seeing the film, they couldn’t control the emotion and came out crying, but they have lived that character for 40 days.” Darshan Kumar while speaking in the interview said, “It’s Very was very painful, it has been the most difficult of all the characters he has played so far. now in life.

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