Ever since, the versatile actor Prashant Narayanan has acted in different films with varied themes, it is these mean negative shaded characters, which has won him critical accolades, as there is certain ease with which he plays them. Quiz him on playing another mean role and he says, “Fredrick is an extremely special film. My character has violent shades but has far greater depth. His reactions are
out of love and angst.”
He has no qualms about working with a first time director. “There was a volatile energy on the sets of the film. What I like about newcomer directors is that they don’t come with fixed notions on the sets. There was a volatile energy & Rajesh was very clear of what he wanted. As a director he brings lot of freshness throughout the film”.
Prashant is also very happy with the music of the film that has garnered a lot of appreciation. “Waqt Gaya Tham” sung by KK is his personal favourite. “I confess that I have blackmailed and pressurized my director Rajesh Butalia who has also written the lyrics of this song and composed beautifully by music director Sunjoy Bose, to picturise this song on me” Coming from a theatre background working with newcomers was always a learning experience as they were came out as extremely confident and talented
delivering some memorable performances in the film.
“I have played many roles in different cinema but Fredrick has something which is unusually different. You will not be disappointed by this, concludes the actor”.Produced by Manish Kalaria and Directed by Rajesh Butalia, starring Prashant Narayanan and newcomers Avinash Dhyani and Tulna Butalia, is slated for an All-India release on May 27.
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