Mumbai, March 10 (CINEWS): Female performing artists are more open to assuming negative parts, as the character matters.With movies such as Gone Girls and Mean Girls sparkling in the cinema world, it’s not news that ladies have become the overwhelming focus in film around the world. Presently, they don’t wince about filling the shoes of an enemy either.
With Priyanka Chopra, who is exceeding expectations abroad, assuming a negative part in Baywatch with Dwayne “Rock” Johnson and Zac Effron, we see that it’s the quality of the character that has these women bringing to the parts with zeal.
As per Priyanka, the part of the bully Victoria in Baywatch was at first composed for a man. “Be that as it may, after the executive met me, they thought I would be better as a scoundrel and afterward they changed the character to a female,” Priyanka told PTI via telephone from Montreal, Canada.
Be that as it may, for the performing artist who has fiddled with negative characters in Aitraaz and 7 Khoon Maaf, it’ll most likely be easy. Adaptability is another reason on-screen characters tend to grasp complex parts of opponents.
Case in point, Irate Indian Goddesses popularity Tannishtha Chatterjee as of late tackled a negative part in the web arrangement Alisha and this was simply because she trusted that she was regularly pigeonhole as an on-screen character who could just depict positive parts. Detestation isn’t new to Indian on-screen characters — whether it was Urmila Matondkar in Pyaar Tune Kya Kiya, Kajol in Gupt, Tabu in Maqbool, Vidya Balan in Ishqiya, Katrina Kaif in Race, Konkana Sen Sharma in Ek Thi Daayan or Ramya Krishnan in Padayappa. Furthermore, Hollywood didn’t let down on this pattern either.
On the off chance that news is to be trusted, Charlize Theron’s coarse execution in the various Oscar-assigned Mad Max: Fury Road has enlivened the chief of Fast and Furious 8, F. Gary, and his screenwriter Chris Morgan to embed a furious female miscreant into their story. No prizes for speculating — this part as well, is reputed to go to Theron.
“The groups of onlookers are changing and it isn’t about straightjacket movies any longer,” chief Saad Khan, states including, “I’d like to think about these characters as having a dim shade to them. For on-screen characters, it’s a test to test themselves and meet the challenge at hand.”