Gautam Rode loses voice on set of Kaal Bhairav Rajasya
Gautam Rode had to shout and speak dialogues loudly for the character of Veervardhan and this eventually took a toll on his health
Television actor Gautam Rode lost his voice while shooting for the second season of Kaal Bhairav Rajasya. Gautam had to shout and speak dialogues loudly for the character of Veervardhan and this eventually took a toll on his health. But this didn't stop him from shooting as he feels "it comes as a part and parcel of the industry".
"I always believed in playing a character that look real and convincing. Even for the shoot of Kaal Bhairav, where I had to shout on the top of my voice and be rough, the makers insisted to give a fake shot, however I disagreed and decided to keep it real.
"Of course, such characters have a toll on the health and its own consequences, but I think it comes as a part and parcel of the industry. I have been drinking hot water and taking medicines to have a better voice and throat," Gautam said in a statement.
The show's story directly connected with this theme. The main protagonist of the serial, Veer, has completed 29 years of his life and he has only one year to solve the mystery that 'why no male from his family is able to live more than 30 year of their age'. The Saraswatichandra star is one of the few actors who have done back-to-back male-oriented shows. He has been in Maha Kumbh: Ek Rahasaya, Ek Kahani and Suryaputra Karn.
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