On-screen characters go past their breaking points to make the scene look genuine any get into the skin of their characters. Here and there they get hurt while instituting a scene. Something comparable occurred on sets of Life OK’s show ‘Ghulaam’.
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Vikkas Manaktala, who is seen playing the negative lead “Veer” accomplished something staggering while at the same time shooting a vital arrangement for his show. To make the scene look credible the performing artist got whipped for real.There was a scene in the script where he needed to hit himself with a whip, where Veer is venting out his outrage by rebuffing himself and Vikkas did it with full drive being in the character to encounter the genuine agony. Everybody on the sets was terrified tuning in to the whoof sound the whip was making.
Vikkas now has wounds everywhere on his body. “The energy for work supersedes all the torment that one experiences to ensure a scene turns out remarkable thus it was worth experiencing all the agony seeing those wounds as the scene turned out well.” he said.
Being a technique on-screen character, he got into the skin of the character of Veer – the wrestler of Beharampur. He shot disregarding the agony and finished every one of his scenes. He said his resilience level is high and however the torment is awful he feels the show must go on.