Sanya Malhotra shared how Anurag Basu and co-star Aditya Roy Kapur made shooting for Ludo, a fun experience. She told indianexpress.com, “We both bonded over being clueless (laughs). We used to have random conversations, and the set’s environment helped to break the ice. It was a very relaxed space. Dada and Adi should get the credit for making me feel so comfortable. And of course, the nice environment, which helped bring out the characters’ true side to screen. The characters that Aditya and I play are very free-flowing, so that helped matters.”
Rohit Saraf plays a homeless man working at a shopping mall who finds a suitcase full of cash. Speaking about Ludo, Rohit shared, “I was pretty insecure in the beginning. For an actor who hadn’t done too much work, who’s aspiring to be big, when you get to know you’re in a film which has eight other massive names alongside you, you tend to get nervous. It starts to become a more daunting experience than an enjoyable one. That’s what happened in the beginning.”
This is not the first time that Anurag Basu is helming an anthology. His directorial Life in a Metro was also an anthology.
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