Paras Arora, the teenaged lad who makes his B-Town debut with the movie Rajjo, opposite Kangana Ranaut, missed his board exams to act in the film. Such was his love for movies and the leading lady (or atleast this is what we think).
When asked about it, Arora laughs and says “Well, you win some, you lose some. It is a dream debut no less to begin with a film which is unconventional yet so exciting and entertaining. When I stepped into the film, I knew that the shooting would clash with my exams in March. I had to make a choice and I made an obvious one.”
“With a superb co-star like Kangana, it turns out to be a really comfortable environment. It may sound cliche that she put me to ease but that’s a fact. For someone who has worked in so many diverse films, it was a great learning to observe how she made the camera her companion,” he adds.
When asked about his experience with the film-maker Vishwas Patil, he said “Vishwasji is someone who is as simple as a human being can get. Moreover he was extremely helpful as a senior on the sets who came with a definite vision of how RAJJO should look like. Especially for my character, he guided me throughout to make it look as natural as it gets instead of being a caricature.”