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Shagun Pandey Shares his Experience On Playing The Role Of Trans Gender

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Shagun Pandey

While most male actors may shy away from playing the role of a transgender at such a young age and at the beginning of their career, Shagun Pandey who is already playing the role of Atharva on the show, confessed to shedding away his fears by adapting to method acting and experiencing empathy towards transgenders. Not only did he meet with them and studied their body language, tonality, and lifestyle, he also prepared a new schedule for himself to ensure he was feeling his character deeply before every shot.

Shagun Pandey Makeover As Transgender

Sharing his experience about this new avatar, Shagun said, “It was a huge decision to take up this character and the power that comes with it. While I was preparing for this role I genuinely wanted to stop and salute them. It is so difficult to carry the outfits, makeup, jewelry and still make everything look so effortless. I watched a lot of videos and also met a few transgender people to deeply understand their daily life and help me get into the entire method acting zone. I used to come to set 4 hours early just to prepare for the day and my role. I strongly feel that it’s high time that transgenders are treated equally and are given importance in society. I really hope the audience likes my new look as I have put my heart and soul into it.”

Shagun Pandey in this new avtaar

The actor also took to his social media page to share a sneak-peek into his new look while sending out a message to his audience. He wrote, “There is so much confusion around the subject I feel it’s important to know more and have awareness. Transgender people have a gender identity or gender expression that differs from their sex assigned at birth. Transgender, often shortened as trans, is also an umbrella term: in addition to including people whose gender identity is the opposite of their assigned sex (trans men and trans women), it may include people who are not exclusively masculine or feminine!”

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