Siddharth Malhotra does better direction than the director

Siddharth Malhotra apparently does alot of direction improvisation and he actually good and sometimes better at it.

Zafeer  - Writer

Siddharth Malhotra is famous for his amazing acting skills, his handsomeness, and of course the kind of movies he has done in recent years. The actor’s skills are diversified when it comes to the theatres and movies. What no one expected from the actor to be sometimes come up with ideas that are better than the director himself. In an interview with Siddharth Malhotra, Rakulpreet Singh, and the director Indra Kumar the conversation took a very interesting turn.

The interviewer asked the director if Indra Kumar as the director allows sudden improvisation or a sudden joke that comes up at the point of shooting the movie. The director clearly said, ‘Yes of course, if the actor is doing something better than what I told him to do, then why not,’. To which Siddharth Malhotra replied and said, ‘Only if he is doing better or not, see the point is the improvisation or the sudden change should be better,’. Siddharth’s this remark makes everyone burst into laughter.

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Siddharth Malhotra praises the amazing direction

When the interviewer asked Siddharth about how kind of a director Mr. Indra Kumar is, Siddharth Malhotra without hesitation started praising the director. The actor said, ‘Mr. Indra Kumar jee is someone to whom we all grew up watching. The movies were majorly entertainers and family dramas. We were discussing a whole different movie before we made this and the moment sir came with his writers there everything was fabulous. How he explained the movie to us made us really imagine the film and made us really emotional by the end of it. ‘


Siddharth Malhotra also explains how he learned the art of humor from the director. How the scene sounds in his head, his instincts for the perfect shots are impeccable. Ajay Devgn, Siddhart Malhotra, and Rakul Preet Singh starrer ‘Thank God’ is releasing on the auspicious day of Diwali, i.e on 25th of the October.

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