Actor KP Singh Reveals Sandeep Reddy Vanga’s Strict Work Atmosphere on the Set of ‘Animal’
Actor Kawalpreet Singh (KP), renowned for his role as Ranbir Kapoor’s cousin in the highly anticipated movie ‘Animal’, recently shared insights into the filming experience under director Sandeep Reddy Vanga’s guidance. KP disclosed the director’s stringent approach towards maintaining a serious work environment and his aversion to laughter on set.
In a candid revelation, KP Singh shed light on Vanga’s focused demeanor during filming, emphasizing the director’s intolerance towards any form of amusement or levity while shooting crucial scenes. “He doesn’t like jokes [during work]. Otherwise, he would be quite jovial around us,” KP remarked, reflecting on Vanga’s contrasting behavior between work and casual interactions.
The actor’s revelation about Vanga’s strictness underscores the director’s commitment to maintaining a disciplined and professional atmosphere during the production of ‘Animal’. According to KP Singh, Vanga’s seriousness extended to the extent that he would resort to verbal reprimands or abuse if he noticed anyone indulging in laughter during filming sessions.
The revelations offer an intriguing peek into the behind-the-scenes dynamics on the set of ‘Animal’, hinting at Vanga’s preference for an environment focused solely on the craft and devoid of any distractions.
As ‘Animal’ continues to generate buzz within the entertainment sphere, KP Singh’s candid disclosure sheds light on the director’s approach to filmmaking, sparking discussions about work ethics, directorial styles, and the challenges actors face in adhering to strict on-set protocols.
While Sandeep Reddy Vanga has garnered attention for his distinct storytelling, the revelations by KP Singh provide a glimpse into the lesser-known aspects of the director’s work methodology, adding an intriguing layer to the anticipation surrounding the film’s release.