Adivi Sesh is a well-renowned name from the Telugu movie industry, who is all set to embark on his Bollywood journey with his upcoming pan-India film, Major, also featuring Sobhita Dhulipala, Saiee Manjrekar, Prakash Raj and Revathy. The film is based on the life of NSG Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan, who sacrificed his life during the infamous 26/11 attacks at the Taj Hotel in Mumbai to save multiple hostages. Earlier this month, the actor had unveiled the teaser of the film to the world.
Ever since he started working on Sandeep’s story, Sesh has developed a strong bond with Sandeep’s parents. He has gone ahead to call them his second parents. Mention them and ask him how it was seeing them in his onscreen parents, Prakash Raj and Revathy, and he shares an interesting detail. “The fascinating part that not many people know about is that Unnikrishnan uncle and Prakash Raj sir already knew each other from before in Karnataka. Here I was, talking to one person to figure out what he was like so that I could tell the other one on how to portray him on screen. But what I didn’t know initially was that the two already were talking to each other and one was playing the other,” he smiles. ALSO READ: Major Actor Adivi Sesh Reveals How Sandeep Unnikrishnan’s Parents Reacted To The Film’s Teaser- EXCLUSIVE
Mention his on screen mother, Revathy, and he is all praise for her. “Revathy ma’am is an extraordinary actor. You can see in the teaser how little she does and still makes the scene extraordinary. We, as actors, put in all our facial muscles and body language to enact a scene, whereas she just acts with her eyes and I love that. She has done a tremendous amount of good work already but I still feel that people still haven’t woken up to how great an actor she is,” Sesh asserts. ALSO READ: Adivi Sesh On Major: 'This Is The Best Response I’ve Ever Had To Any Of My Work' - EXCLUSIVE
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