Sometimes, magically, you end up achieving things you could not have imagined before. Those who’ve seen the film would also laud Jim’s introduction scene where he fiercely stabs two generals while staying graceful behind a veil. Jim is making his presence felt by his performances, we can see how brilliant he was in Padmavat where he played the role of Malik Kafur- a prominent slave general of Alauddin Khilji. He rose to prominence and served as Khilji’s governor at one point. Jim Sarbh, who played the role of Malik Kafur in the film 'Padmaavat', speaks to The Quint about his experience of being a part of the production.For more videos, subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/2aIcithCheck out The Quint for more news: https://www.thequint.comTo Stay Updated, Download The Quint App:Google Play Store: http://bit.ly/2doDlOoApple App Store: http://apple.co/2d6qYnTFollow The Quint here:Facebook: http://bit.ly/1RXYIg5Twitter: http://bit.ly/1tjFuxIInstagram: http://bit.ly/1Piyc18--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Also Follow The Quint in Hindi: https://hindi.thequint.com The past decade has witnessed a change in any form of acting. Talking about what it is to work with Bhansali, who arguably is one of the most demanding directors in the industry, Jim said, “Working with him was super. We got to experience the most beautiful thing an actor can experience, which is being powerfully alive and aware in a moment, trying to represent ourselves but also allowing the other actor to affect you and letting the natural fate of the scene express itself through us. I think that was the biggest challenge for me, trying to maintain his essence despite long periods between scenes,” Jim said. We all may be knowing Jim Sarbh, who is one of the finest actors in Bollywood has also emerged from the Theatre. It’s nerve-wracking and exhilarating to be a part of all of this.”. He has also worked in Sanju as Zubin Mistry and we can see his expertise through the movie. I tried to reveal his complicated feelings and ambitions. For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App. He has also performed with many theatre actors like Kalki Koechlin and Rajat Kapoor. While Ranveer Singh, Deepika Padukone and Shahid Kapoor are being lauded for some great performances in Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Padmaavat, there’s one actor who left us equally impressed – Jim Sarbh, who played Malik Kafur in the magnum opus. This was followed by A Death in the Gunj and Raabta last year. Imagine a man having a slave background to suddenly becoming the second most powerful person in an empire. He (Bhansali) would come on the set with a new element, a new way of entering into a scene and suddenly the whole team would have to adapt to it. He is a pleasure to work with. Talking about playing this, Jim said, “First of all, I don’t understand all the hullabaloo. He knows when to move, and when to be still; when he moves he does very gracefully and very deadly at the same time. Explained: What is the much-discussed 'coalition of social extremes'? When Khilji fell ill, he even held the actual power of the empire. “I read about Malik Kafur. He is kind of a sociopath. When we asked Jim about his most favourite scene, he said, “I don’t know. Jim Sarbh's movies. 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I enjoyed them all. That requires a kind of stamina to be able to live with this guy, and have him constantly accessible. So what was the most challenging part about playing Malik? Several books have also mentioned the homosexual relationship between this master-slave, which was very intricately shown in the film too. First one was cool because it is dynamic and kind of encapsulates the character perfectly. “I think it had nothing to do with the character.

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Your question, frankly, is unnecessary to me. He is extremely reactive, and extremely responsive. I read the script.

So what was the brief he got from SLB about playing Malik, a character who after a point even controlled the mind of Khilji. The Prithvi Theatre in Mumbai is said to be the versatile stage for many veteran actors in the industry. There are many actors who have emerged from the theatre like Naseeruddin Shah, Anupam Kher, and Shabana Azmi, and many others. The luxury of choice is not offered to industry outsiders.”. I tried to portray his journey from being a slave and suddenly rising to the position of being the second most powerful person in the empire. It was beautiful,” he said. “There was no brief. Taish teaser: Bejoy Nambiar’s next project boasts of a massive star cast including Pulkit Samrat, Kriti Kharbanda, Jim Sarbh, Harshvardhan Rane and Sanjeeda Shaikh. We were on our feet ready to face a change at the drop of a hat. Jim plays Alauddin Khilji’s slave-general and confidant, who can go to any extreme to please his master. Also, because of his receptiveness you trusted him even more if he stuck with his initial impulse or he denied your impulse, it made you feel like he has a master plan that I can’t comprehend. He said Jim made him look good. As a team all of us were there to achieve the same goal. It was about the scale of production. Sarbh impressed masses with his acting chops in Rajat Kapoor's play titled What's Done is Done.After which, he was a part of The Glass Menagerie, The Merchant of Venice, The Living Room and others. Before making his debut with Neerja, Jim performed in plays such as The Show!, The Breakup, Tennis in Nablus, and Ice Glen among others.

It truly felt collaborative. In Conversation With Jim Sarbh A.K.A. Most of these talents have come from theatre. I met him, read the script, had a look test, and the next we met was on the set,” he shared. So far, I have done what has been offered, because I desperately, powerfully want to act. Ali Fazal, Amol Parashar, Jim Sarbh, Javed Jaffrey, Jitendra Kumar, Jatin Sarna, Ranvir Shorey, Siddharth Chandekar, Pooja Gor roped in for ALTBalaji series The Verdict – State V/s Nanavati, Review of Eros Now's Flip: Bejoy Nambiar's series is good but too dark, Bollywood biggies to grace the relaunch of Filmfare Middle East in Dubai, Jim Sarbh to debut on TV with Discovery thought provoking, first of kind series, ‘Planet Healers’, Review of Eros Now’s Smoke- Oscillates between enthralling and tedious. He always brings great ideas to set with him, different ways to express a moment, and I am allowed to both present an impulse and have more than enough to react to. So you come with your own ideas, and new elements get added; now you have to adapt fast and use the new elements as a new way to approach the scene. While Ranveer Singh, Deepika Padukone and Shahid Kapoor are being lauded for some great performances in Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Padmaavat, there’s one actor who left us equally impressed – Jim Sarbh, who played Malik Kafur in the magnum opus.To call him the surprise element of this period drama won’t be wrong. It puts emphasis on something that should not be emphasised. Point to note is how Bhansali has beautifully explored the bond between Khilji and Malik.

Click here to join our channel (@indianexpress) and stay updated with the latest headlines. Also Read: Actor Jim Sarbh’s Journey from Theatre to Bollywood, Copyright 2020 IWM Publishing & Communication Pvt Ltd. All rights reserved, Actor Jim Sarbh’s Journey from Theatre to Bollywood, I am just hungry for good work – Mansi Multani, There are directors who are extremely demanding and you have to go with it: Jim Sarbh, Vote Now: Most Popular Supporting Actor in a Web Series (Male)? The film was shot over a year and three days. Jim made a remarkable debut while playing the main hijacker in 2016 award-winning film Neerja, taking home almost every top award. It shows his ferocity and his grace, his loyalty and his irreverence, his sultry confident manner.”, Malik Kafur has been written as a prominent eunuch slave-general of Alauddin Khilji, who ruled the Delhi Sultanate. We all know the fact that the theatre actors are trained hard before their every performance. Sometimes even when you aren’t shooting, 25 percent of your brain is still with your character. “Though the film went through all that, I never doubted it’s eventual release,” he signs off. In an exclusive chat with indianexpress.com, Jim talks about his journey as Malik and how it feels being on a Bhansali set. It really is an enriching experience. Jim’s selection of films might look varied but he says “I just do what I get cast in. In Padmaavat, we saw how Malik was captured by Jalaluddin Khilji and gifted to Ranveer’s character as a slave. To call him the surprise element of this period drama won’t be wrong. All of us wanted the shot to be groovy before we go home. Jim Sarbh is a prominent figure among the Mumbai Theatre artists, and it a fact that Jim Sarbh has a deep connection with the theatre. He is a demanding director, which I love. I felt I understood the character. Malik Kafur - YouTube Also read | Things we would’ve missed watching if Padmaavat hadn’t released at all, Also read | Whatever happened with Padmaavat created lot of angst in me: Ranveer Singh, The Indian Express is now on Telegram. I’m just glad to be part of groovy films. I was very happily surprised to see that Sanjay Sir was extremely responsive to improvisations, and it was incredible seeing him adapt his ideas of the scene and the shot breakdown. I was handling my part, and trying to achieve perfection with my co-actors. Love is love!”. “Ranveer is a great co-actor. I think he is also extremely curious, curious about the hypocritical people around him,” Jim said.

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