Vaidya is a brief movie written and produced by Harsh Agarwal. It is the story of two guys – Kabir (performed by Puneet Kumar Mishra) and Vaidya (Ronit Agrawal) who meet at a seashore and fall for one another. Vaidya’s story and therapy is delicate but it surely resonates with the viewers and leaves a mark. The story steers away from chiched ideas and Ronit and Puneet create a chemistry to recollect. The movie is directed by Sumit Pawar and Harsh.
We get speaking with Puneet and Ronit on Vaidya and know more about what has been occurring of their heads.
1. Why did you comply with play this function?
Ronit : I liked how Vaidya was written once I was first requested to audition. Vaidya had a sure vibe about him in that one pager dialogue. Even within the snippet we obtained for auditions, it was clear that there have been a variety of feelings to be performed. I understood this character had layers and I needed to take the problem of enjoying such a personality.
Puneet: Honestly, for me it’s the reverse. When I gave the audition, I didn’t even know what this character was. Unfortunately the restricted stuff that I obtained didn’t give a lot and the audition was simply one other audition. But once I learn the script, I understood it was one thing totally different than what I’ve performed up to now. The story additionally had simply two actors so it was additionally a realistic option to do it since I’d get more out of it. Besides, it was a brand new workforce and new learnings had been assured. And in fact, the shoot was in Goa! It was at all times on my listing to discover!
2. Do you relate your self to Vaidya/Kabir?
Ronit : Yes I do. What Vaidya and I in all probability had in frequent was our star indicators.
In my head he was Pisces and I’m additionally Pisces. Now for those who learn more about star indicators which the general public actually do, you’ll know what I’m saying.
Puneet: I do. What I actually consider is that everybody is a little bit of Kabir and everyone seems to be a little bit of Vaidya. And I feel that’s what the movie additionally says. It talks about love and separation. Everyone has fallen in love and in addition has suffered separation – and I see myself linked with Kabir from this viewpoint.
3. Which is your favourite a part of the movie and why?
Ronit : I like how harsh has written each scene and the way Sumit has conceptualised it which justifies each the character and in addition the story. But if I needed to decide one, I’d decide the farewell scene when Kabir is leaving. Usually goodbyes are awfully dramatic in cinema with heavy music and elaborative background. But that scene is so delicate. There is hope and each the characters are smiling. You can really feel that deep connection.
Puneet: My favourite half is when love is being established – ranging from the primary contact. The two are hesitant and never sure if they need to or not. But the way in which that scene progresses, simply with motion of eyes and easy contact – establishing a connection; that’s my favourite. Also, once I had arrived in Goa, Harsh requested me if I had ever been inside the ocean. When I advised him no, he didn’t permit me to enter the ocean in any respect since he needed to seize my actual uncooked feelings and expressions of experiencing the ocean for the primary time. And it was actually attention-grabbing as a result of our DOP Shivam additionally received inside the ocean with me and shot.
4. How was your general capturing expertise?
Ronit: Oh, It was an excellent expertise. Learned so many issues from so many individuals. I felt fortunate to be part of this workforce and I feel I took each little expertise from everybody whereas capturing. Despite so many difficulties, the entire workforce labored very onerous to realize what the makers needed. For me that’s an superior and a studying expertise.
Puneet: It was a tremendous expertise. The background work on our characters by our administrators deserves a deep appreciation. They had been very sure (and in addition strict) with what they needed out of those characters. When the script doesn’t even say ‘Kabir’ and ‘Vaidya’, you’re establishing the story of two. And then your DOP is consistently battling you to make sure that that is the very best scene ever – and your entire workforce turns into one on this wrestle which feels wonderful.
5. What was probably the most difficult factor for you throughout the entire course of?
Ronit: The most difficult factor for me was to grasp the imaginative and prescient of my administrators. We, as actors, after we learn scripts – we now have our personal set of concepts, imaginations, insecurities and our personal understanding of the character. And it’s necessary to align that with what the director is considering. And in our case, we had two. It took numerous debates, agreements and disagreements to essentially make that occur.
Puneet: There had been so many challenges. First of all, I didn’t perceive what the script needed from me. We had zero pre-rehearsals and didn’t know the workforce in any respect since all of us had been in numerous cities. And then travelling in a pandemic. I met my co-actor solely a day earlier than. And our challenges didn’t cease after we completed capturing. We realised we additionally needed to dub. This complete course of was only a collection of challenges that we overcame to get this beautifilm movie performed.
6. What are you working on now?
Ronit: I’m not allowed to disclose a lot in regards to the initiatives within the pipeline. But now on this second wave, issues are once more locked. So I’m focussing more on myself in order that I can ship more to the viewers.
Puneet: Same story as Ronit. Lockdown has put a short full cease on ongoing initiatives. But as quickly as issues are higher, I’m craving to do some theater. And then there are ongoing conversations for movies and web-series that ought to begin after the lockdown is lifted..