The actor has advanced as an actor previously ten years; provides he’s planning to foray into worldwide cinema
Actor Chandan Roy Sanyal marked his debut about 16 years in the past with Rang De Basanti (2006). Having labored throughout Bollywood, Bengali cinema and the online house, he now desires to foray into worldwide cinema and is making ready for a similar.
He tells us, “I want to get out and work with the best talent in the world and get (global) exposure. I want to interact with them, one-on-one, and create a scene or a story with them. That’s my goal. I’m trying to manifest it in my own universe.”
Sanyal believes he has advanced as an artiste over the previous ten years and has now become “an interesting cinematic actor”. He elaborates, “I act according to the light, camera lens, composition and angles. I’ve become a calmer and effortless actor now. As a theatre actor, you know how to use your space but as a film actor, it gets challenging because you’ve a limited space.”
As he plans on diverting his consideration to indie initiatives after So Sicily, an award profitable brief he directed, produced and acted in, the Ray actor admits having no worry of dodging the eye of business filmmakers. “It’s their loss if they aren’t casting me,” Sanyal says, including, “I’m ready to act in anything and everything, across languages. It all boils down to the basic art form of acting. That’s what I’ve learnt from my acting teacher Tim Supple when I was in England acting and interacting with Shakespearean actors and travelling across Australia, America and Europe. It’s not about cementing your place in one space and becoming like others. That’s when I decided to do what I feel like. When I’m on a set, I look at directors taking shots and editing them. That fascinates me.”