The pair of Ajay Devgn and Ram Gopal Varma has given us some memorable movies like Company and Bhoot. No matter how a lot the credibility of RGV has depleted over time, followers nonetheless need a reunion of two there powerhouses. Unfortunately, it seems like RGV isn’t prepared for a reunion and he’s very clear about it.
Surprisingly, it’s not as a result of any struggle or variations between the 2, however RGV thinks that casting Ajay in his movies gained’t give what individuals demand from their star actor. He says, through the days of D Company and Bhoot, Ajay wasn’t an enormous power within the business. But issues have drastically modified post-Ajay’s Singham.
In a chat with Bollywood Life, Ram Gopal Varma had mentioned, “When I had made Company, Ajay Devgn was not a big star so it worked, but after Singham and all those films, if you put Ajay Devgn into such a subdued role like Company, I don’t think it’d ever work. So, I take that into consideration, especially for genre films. Of course, you might get a bigger audience with stars, but that’d be at the expense of not being honest to the film.”
Ram Gopal Varma, whereas selling his not too long ago launched D Company, mentioned, “When casting, the most important thing one needs to keep in mind is the believability of the character. Dawood Ibrahim was a man who at the age of 25 was almost like behind his brother, he never, upfront, pushed himself. So, I have to keep that emotion in mind while looking at these factors during the casting process. Now, though he’s not 25, Ajay Devgn for me as an actor may be so powerful that to underplay this character would look very stupid in the film because the audience would want to see his very first shot with excitement — that’s the image he’s developed over the years, that’s what is called a star.”