Rajkummar Rao has been the famous dull steed in the business. Gradually and without a doubt the on-screen character, throughout the years, has made a space for himself. Sure of his art, Rajkummar has never been hesitant to test standards and do silver screen that he trusts in.
Also, the breathtaking kinship he imparts to executive Hansal Mehta has gone far in establishing his position in the film business. Hansal, who in a prior meeting talked about how he thinks that its difficult to envision a film without Rajkummar, has at the end of the day cast him in a crucial part in Aligarh that hits theaters not long from now.
Talking about why he took up the film, Rajkummar says, “I was moved by the tale of these two individuals and their adventure. Once in a while do you run over such a wonderful script. What’s more, on top of it obviously, Hansal sir was guiding it, so there was no purpose behind me to reconsider.”
The on-screen character needed to talk some Malayalam in the film as well. “It was for a couple of scenes and I have some Mallu companions who helped me through it. Hansal sir arrived consistently my way to deal with the part. We needed to showcase a differentiation between the characters. Deepu is hyper, dependably on his toes while the teacher is an introvert and a mild-mannered man.”