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I feel, for an actor, it’s very important to know about editing, camera and direction: Pratik Gandhi
Actor Pratik Gandhi reveals that Direction is the next thing on his mind. The actor has been shooting back-to-back films and is currently working on two biopics besides the second season of The Great Indian Murder.
Speaking on the same he said, “I am looking forward to directing a project. It’s surely on my mind. I have done direction in theatre. I direct my play Saat Teri Ekvees (7x3=21). I act in the play Mohan No Masalo, and now, I will be acting in a series on Mahatma Gandhi so it (direction) can be done.”
But, with multiple acting projects happening will direction take a back seat? “It depends! It could be done simultaneously. I have done direction before, though it was theatre, and this is a different medium. But if some good script or story comes my way then it can happen very soon. Also, writing, editing, direction and acting, all these things are very closely linked to each other. The more you know about it and learn it complements the others.”
He further added, “I feel, for an actor, it’s very important to know about editing, camera and direction. It helps in creating a high point and taking emotion to the peak. Trust me, magic happens after the director says cut in the follow-through. And that can happen only if you know all the facets of the craft.”