September 30, 2010 : Bollywood actor Vivek Oberoi, who has got to play a very powerful role in filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma's trilingual film Rakta Charitra, feels that acting and expression are more important for him and not the language.
Rakta Charitra is a biopic on Telugu Desam Party leader Paritala Ravi. Vivek plays the role of the protagonist in all the three languages. The shooting for this movie has finished just few days back.
Speaking about the trilingual film, Vivek said that acting is more important than the language of the film. He added that the expression of an actor never changes but language may be. The actor said that emotions are universal, which is more like talking through your eyes.
The director and producer Ram Gopal Varma shot the movie simultaneously in three languages Hindi, Tamil and Telugu. The movie is ready to release in October.
Vivek said that they used to feel a sigh of relief whenever some particular shot was done but at the next moment, they had to shoot the same thing in a different language again.
Well, we understand the pain of the team when they had to shoot the same thing again and again in three different languages. But if the result of the hard work shows off at the Box Office then all their hard work will be paid. For Vivek, it will be double celebration if the movie does well because he is also getting married in October.