To get into character, performers frequently aim to imbue the attributes and skill set that the part necessitates.
To get into character, performers frequently aim to imbue the attributes and skill set that the part necessitates. There is a lot of preparation involved, from practicing martial arts to a specific dance style. However, certainly gained talents remain with you. That’s precisely what occurred to actor Kranti Prakash Jha in 2018 when he portrayed yoga teacher Swami Ramdev in a series. Since then, the actor has incorporated yoga into his performances in MS Dhoni: The Untold Story (2016) and Batla House (2019).
“I’ve learned a variety of talents from the roles I’ve portrayed in my careers, such as horseback riding, sword fighting, and gymnastics, but yoga is something that has stuck with me.” When I was cast as Swami Ramdev in a biopic four years ago, I began practicing yoga. Before the filming, the producers wanted me to learn some basic yoga, so I went to visit Swami Ji. He taught me a few things. “I began practicing yoga then and I still do it every single day,” he says on World Yoga Day, adding, “Yoga has served as an anchor in my life.” I’ve been a fitness fanatic since I was a kid, and yoga has helped me remain in shape.”
“Yoga is all about patience, balance, and managing your mind,” the Raktanchal actor believes. It won’t offer you results in a few days, but it will undoubtedly prepare your mind for broader life objectives.” Every day at 7 a.m., he begins his yoga regimen.