From playing a timid schoolboy in the film 'Mom' to playing a gym trainer in the film 'Kho Gaye Hum Kahan', actor Adarsh loves to adapt to his character like a chameleon.
In the world of cinema, Adarsh Gourav has emerged as a true compelling force, effortlessly transitioning between many diverse characters that etch himself on the audience's heart. His success as Balram Halwai in Netflix's series 'The White Tiger', did bring him international fame and earned him a prestigious nomination alongside the veterans such as Riz Ahmed and Chadwick Boseman.
Adarsh Gourav: Versatile Transformation
Adarsh's career journey extends, far beyond the phenomenal success of, 'The White Tiger'. His super ability to adapt to the "physic" and "look" requirements of the characters he plays on screen, with different identities, reflects his versatility. Whenever Adarsh played a role, he uniquely perfected the look of his character. From a calisthenics trainer, in “Kho Gaye Hum Kahan” where he went through a tremendous physical fitness regime, to the serious, "Chhota Gandhi' in “Guns and Roses”, each role, that he played has not only been portrayed perfectly but also brought to life... Adarsh has found the right way to adapt to his looks and adapt to the characters and the physical demands of the character.
In the web series, 'Hostel Days', Adarsh plays the role of Ankit, a regular college boy, who displays a stark contrast to his looks as Balram Halwai, while complimenting the intensity of his extreme weight loss. He applied for this role and the dangerous look, which made him look perfect in the character. His character of Mohit 'Bunty' Chaddha opposite the late Sridevi in the film "Mom" was perfectly portrayed as a schoolboy.
Talking about his process, Adarsh says, "I believe in understanding and also being emotionally mindful of the person I am portraying on screen."
His commitments are evident in his preparation for roles like Balram Halwai in The White Tiger, or Adarsh in Extrapolation, where he immersed himself in knowing about the lives of the widows of real farmers' in a Nagpur village.
Adarsh further says, “I like the idea of constant change, It doesn't always have to be something big. It could even be small changes, like giving a different look to the hair on your head, or some changes in facial hair, but I truly believe that the look of the character should be in sync with the story. When you play a role and make the audience believe in that character, it helps a lot. I like to deeply dive into my roles, and physical attribution are a very important part of this process for me. Be it a teen college boy an urban youth, or someone with almost bad looks, like the fitness trainer Balram, I have always enjoyed the process of physically transforming myself and my appearance for my films and series.
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