Ajay Devgn has always said that he doesn’t spend too much time getting into the skin of his characters. In an interview with us, the actor said that he has never made an exception to that process.
Ajay said, “I still can’t do all that prep work. I am just spontaneous, so I either feel the character or I don’t. I don’t know of any other process, or let’s say that I can’t explain it. I can understand it for myself. I start thinking and feeling like the character. My body language and thought process change and I start thinking what the character would do or wouldn’t do. Yes, I do put a lot of thought in to how I would play a character differently. For instance, after Ram Gopal Varma’s 'Company' (2002) got a lot of appreciation, I had to think about how I would play an underworld don again in Milan Luthria’s 'Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai' (2010). The cop in Prakash Jha’s 'Gangaajal' (2003) is dramatically different from the cop in Rohit Shetty’s 'Singham' (2011), though both the characters have similar beliefs.”