Renowned for his versatility in Bollywood, Pankaj Tripathi is set to mesmerize audiences with his upcoming project, ‘Main Atal Hoon.’ This biographical film delves into the life of the late statesman and former Prime Minister of India, Atal Bihari Vajpayee. In a recent interview, Tripathi shared insights into the film, assuring that the team consciously avoided turning it into a propaganda piece.
Speaking with PTI, Pankaj Tripathi acknowledged the delicate balance required in portraying a political figure like Atal Bihari Vajpayee.The actor emphasized the filmmakers’ dedication to factual accuracy, ensuring that ‘Main Atal Hoon’ authentically captures the essence of the former Prime Minister. Tripathi highlighted the importance of presenting both virtues and shortcomings to offer a genuine portrayal on the cinematic canvas.

The trailer of Main Atal Hoon, headlined by Pankaj Tripathi, unveiled in Mumbai

Tripathi highlighted that the project goes beyond Atal Bihari Vajpayee’s life, encapsulating India’s transformative journey from the era of independence. The film explores elements such as elections, voting processes, and societal evolution, aiming to blend entertainment with inspiration.
Discussing his experience on set, Tripathi admitted to initial apprehensions, a common sentiment on the first day of shooting. He emphasized the importance of discovering the character’s essence, avoiding mere imitation or reliance on prosthetics. For the actor, capturing the soul of the character took precedence over replicating physical appearances.

Further, Pankaj also has a list of exciting projects that includes ‘Metro… In Dino’ and ‘Stree 2’

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