Ronit trained at shooting range for ‘Guddu Rangeela’

Mumbai, June 1 (IANS) Actor Ronit Roy, who plays a gun-wielding Haryanvi local leader who knows no boundaries when it comes to getting what he wants in “Guddu Rangeela”, actually went to a shooting range and got a trainer to get his posture perfect for the scenes.

The film will see Ronit using his gun multiple times and in order to make those shots look extremely authentic, Ronit trained for three months at a shooting range.

Director Subhash Kapoor, who is returning with “Guddu Rangeela” post his National Award winning directorial “Jolly LLB”, says “Ronit is just a supremely dedicated actor”.

“He gets into the finer things of acting that not many people would look into. That’s because he wants to deliver the best shot everytime he faces the camera. And that’s why he has received so much acclaim.

“In ‘Guddu Rangeela’, his acting as Biloo Pehalwan — the notorious villain — will shock audiences. This is his best villainous performance to date and he will give the chills to audiences,” Kapoor added.

“Guddu Rangeela” also stars Arshad Warsi and Amit Sadh, who play two small time crooks who take on a villain way too powerful for them to handle. The film, featuring Aditi Rao Hydari, releases on July 3.

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