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Rajkummar Rao Speaks On The Life After Judgementall Hai Kya



Raj ,Judgementall Hai kya(JHK) has opened to rave reviews.Do you feel vindicated after all the unsavoury controversies that surrounded the film?

Controversies don’t make a film, a good story does. I always knew we were making a very unique film. Something that people have not experienced before and am glad that we got some really good reviews. It is definitely a relief because as an artist you try and choose good stories and make sure you put in your 200% rest everything is not in your control but when people show same kind of love for your film. It’s definitely overwhelming.

You have played evil characters in the past. But none so deliciously droll and dark.Where did the wacky wickedness come from?

Hahaha I don’t know, where it came from. I just followed the script and the brief given by  my director Prakash for Keshav. We were very sure we wanted two different looks for two different sides of Keshav and worked towards that. I got an opportunity to bulk up and look different in this film.

What was it like working with Ms Kangana Ranaut for the second time? How different was she now as a co- star?

It was same as Queen. We share this mutual respect for each other. She is a phenomenal actor and it’s always fun to work with an actor who is so passionate about her job.

Among other things JHK is also about a woman’s right to her own physical and psychological space? What is your take on this?

Yes, and I totally believe in that. Everyone has the right to live their life the way they want to live it without hurting someone else of course and women are way superior than men and it’s high time that we start respecting that.

The other day when I interviewed Vijay Deverakonda he told me 9 out of 10 women he knows have been sexually harassed. As an actor whose partner works in this industry what are your thoughts on women’s safety at workplace and at home?

Safety is the utmost priority at both workplace and at home and it’s everybody’s responsibility to make sure that women feel safe. I like to work in an environment where everybody is treated with respect and there are no hierarchies and the process has to be enjoyable for everyone. If still a woman feels unsafe they should always raise their voice against it.

There are rumours that you are doing Dostana 2. Is that correct? What are the films you are really doing?

No Sir, am not doing Dostana 2. I wish I could but unfortunately it didn’t work out this time but I’ve immense respect for Karan Johar and am sure we will collaborate very soon. I’ve finished Made in China and Turram Khan and Anurag Basu sir’s next. Currently am shooting for RoohiAfza.

How do you manage to stay grounded in spite of all the success that has come to you during the past three years?Some  other actors who started with  you have turned into monsters?

I don’t know any other way. I am who I am. I didn’t want to become an actor to change myself or the way I behave, am an actor because I really portraying different lives on screen.

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