23 Mar, 2023
By FactsWow Team
Zackary Levi discusses his desire to make a Bollywood masala film in his latest film Shazam: Fury of The Gods.
It's a blessing for Zachary Levi to live his dream of being an actor, and translating for him isn't a problem.
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As the actor points out, Indian films are doing well abroad, and he is eager to see RRR. 'I gotta see it!' he exclaims.
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As Indian talent has been cross-pollinating with Western talent, he plans to shoot a song-and-dance Hindi movie.
As a South Asian, I have quite a few friends, both Indian and Pakistani. The culture of your country has always fascinated me.
Unfortunately, I have not been able to visit India. But I want to go there someday. His excitement is apparent as he exclaims, 'I've heard so many wonderful things about it, so I'm looking forward to it!'
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As he elaborates on his Indian masala film dream, he says, 'Of course man, I would love to do an Indian film, a Bollywood film. I genuinely love the culture.'.
Your films have such passion and life. I would love to work with Indian filmmakers and artists. It may be dance, maybe action, but I am sure it will be a lot of fun.
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Although he expresses excitement for all that, he is currently promoting his film, Shazam: Fury of the Gods, a sequel to the original released last year.
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In the case of a second installment of a film, is it difficult for actors to regain their familiarity with their characters? Had he had to watch the first part again to do so?
The toughest part depends on what superhero you play.' Levi laughs. 'I recognize where I left off. Three years have passed since the character was born.
For mine, there is a lot of flying; to do that, you have to wear this harness, which is like a torture diaper. It chafes, cuts, and bruises. But it's a price worth paying.
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