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Vinya Rajkumar talks about 'working from home'

Vinya Rajkumar pointed about that actors do not have facilities to work from home.
by Akanksha Sridhara | May 07, 2020 16:43 IST
Vinya Rajkumar talks about 'working from home'

Vinay Rajkumar is looking forward to the release of two of his projects - 10 and Gramayana. The teaser and poster for his film 10 came today as a birthday gift from the makers of 10. The poster shows Vinay in boxing attire! Vinay says he likes to keep his birthday celebrations simple. He also mentioned that the lockdown did not make a difference to his birthday celebrations. However, the actor did comment on the 'work from home' situation.
 
Vinay spoke of how actors can not 'work from home'. 'As actors, our profession is meant to be on the field only. It’s mostly after the movie is shot that a lot of indoor stuff happens. Otherwise, it is mostly outside. That’s one of the reasons this lockdown has brought the actors’ work to the ground,' says Vinay. He also spoke of how maintaining a physique is quite important and that the lockdown has made that difficult.
 
Talking about his next venture, Gramayana, he said, 'If we have to do a certain get-up for a film, which is halfway through, then we have to continue with that look until we resume shooting, which now might take 3-4 months. So I am keeping the look for Gramayana, which will be resumed once the lockdown is over and permission for the shooting is granted. Set in a village backdrop, Gramayana follows a tale of a village boy. In addition to appearing in a rural look, rumour has it he will appear in another different look in the film'.
 
He is also working on his film titled 10. The sports drama is being produced by Pushkar Films. Vinay has also signed on to appear in Raghu Vardhan's Yuuvakesari. However, he says he will finish working on Gramayana before working on his other ventures. 'The present look will not allow me to simultaneously shoot for two films. I will have to wait for Gramayana to finish to start any other project,' he says.


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