Alia Bhatt and Vijay Varma Darlings were released on August 5 amidst excitement and anticipation. Judgment seems to be over as the black comedy has managed to attract fans and critics with its fresh story and strong performance. Vijay Varma, who writes a negative character, recently revealed how people used to make fun of him by saying he’s not. Shahrukh Khan And how the tables have turned since he became part of SRK’s production Red Chillies Entertainment.
During an interaction with Indian Express, a Gully Boy representative recounted, “The underdog who came here ten years ago, feels visible now. I’ve taken many leaps, risks and opportunities at the cost of breaking up almost my entire family. I ran away from home. So, they all feel a lot.” They are resting now, and they are afraid how I will achieve success, it is not easy to go to Mumbai and become someone. I was told ‘To SRK Nahi Hai’, but now SRK has hired me for his movie.”
The actor also shared about his process in selecting the script. He said, “Now that I have a small amount of work to do, I can’t replicate what I did before. So, this becomes one of the criteria while choosing a script. The other is to understand what I’m doing in the movie and the third, and most important, is what the movie does, and what He says and how good is his saying.
Vijay Varma also spoke about the stark difference between him and Alia Bhatt’s character from their time on the sets of Gully Boy. He shared, “I had to make a conscious decision, because I and Alia, both of whom were also in Gully Boy. So, we wanted to make sure we were creating completely new identities. The script was rich enough to give us a lot to nurture. I went to Piccola, spent with people, and heard their stories , and heard how they party, how they spend their evenings, how obsessed with reels, how they love their social media and the music they listen to. I studied them and realized how there is more Urdu in Bambaya, which I love because I am from Hyderabad. This is how With which I collected small parts so that Hamza became a very respectable man, with a government job.”
Directed and co-written by Jasmeet, and funded by Gauri Khan (Red Chillies Entertainment) and Alia Bhatt (Eternal Sunshine Productions), Darlings is a black comedy-drama film starring Alia Bhatt, Shefali Shah, Vijay Varma and Roshan Mathew in the lead roles. The story is set against the backdrop of an abusive husband and follows the lives of two women who find courage and love in exceptional circumstances.