‘Gandhi Godse…’, epic role a dream come true: Chinmay
New Delhi: ‘Gandhi Godse Ek Yudh’ directed by Rajkumar Santoshi is all set to release this Republic Day.
Based on the post-independence era, the film depicts the ideological contrast between Mahatma Gandhi and Nathuram Godse.
The role of Nathuram Godse is essayed by Chinmay Mandlekar, speaking about his experience of working with Mr Santoshi he said, “Working with a legend like Rajkumar Santoshi was a dream come true. He has directed such big names in the industry so it was a surreal experience to be under his guidance. I am a Maharashtrian but he told me not to catch that accent while playing Godse all these little things helped me portray my character at its finest.”
“And it just feels great to know that when one day people will write about him and his work, I will get to be a part of it and no feeling can be better than this trust me,” he added.
The story of the film revolves around Mahatma Gandhi surviving Nathuram Godse’s attack and his decision to confront Nathuram Godse in prison. The film also stars Pawan Chopra, Deepak Antani Sharad Singh, Anuj Saini, and Tanisha Santoshi in pivotal roles.
The flick will be released on January 26.