Ahead of Taish’s release, actor Harshvardhan Rane recalled dubbing for a teaser of the film during Kovid’s treatment at a hospital in the city.
“I was in the ICU. It wasn’t easy at all to dub there but I did it using about 12 blankets. When I asked for so many blankets, my doctors were nervous. They thought I was freezing! I didn’t feel it!” The ones I needed blankets for dubbing. I locked the room and told them that I was changing.
“I immediately made a cave using the blanket and turned off the heart rate monitor because it was causing a lot of noise. I put my phone on airplane mode and started recording. (Director) Bejoy Nambiar Sir Apology Were asking. They didn’t call me. ” Dubbed from the hospital. But, it was completely my choice. I did not want anyone to suffer because of me. I can do anything for work. Even if you tell me that I have to work from the hospital, I will do it happily. “Harshvardhan told IANS.
In addition to sharing his dubbing experience, he also urged people to stay safe and be “mentally strong”.
He said, “It is tough enough but one needs to be mentally strong to deal with it. Take proper care of yourself and take precautionary measures. Don’t take stress.”
“Taish”, played by Bejoy Nambiar, a revenge drama which also stars Pulkit Samrat, Kriti Kharbanda, Jim Sarbh and Sanjida Sheikh. It will be released on October 29 on Zee5 in film as well as web series format.