It was a very difficult part for actor Priyanshu Penuly to capture the emotional and physical frame of a character during the eight months of the lockdown, whose film Rashmi was stopped due to a rocket epidemic.
Kickstart shooting is set to begin in March in Kutch, Delhi, Dehradun and Mussoorie, with full shooting in Pune in November. While Tapsi Pannu, who played the role of sprinter, had to do most of the heavy training, Penuli took his rightful part in the ordeal to represent the army jawan. It wasn’t easy to follow designated fitness levels without a hit gym.
Tapsi Pannu in Rashmi Rocket
The actor says, “There were days when I was tempted to make a binary. It was not possible to check myself every day because the work was slow,” says the actor. “At one point I realized that I needed to be disciplined for the film.” Like every other actor, he also downloaded fitness apps to get back into the groove. “I tried free hand exercises and yoga to maintain my agility. In the last four months, I started weight training which helped me beef up. My schedule was monitored by my fitness coach. I behaved and despite the calories I Gave them pride. “
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