Amazon’s second Indian original Breathe brings to netizens Amit Sadh in a never seen before avatar that of a distressed police office and in order to play his role to perfection Amit Sadh prepped in isolation.
Amit’s character in the digital series Breathe is that of an Alcoholic distress individual battling issues in his personal life.
In order to get into the skin of his character and deliver a performance of a distressed person Amit disconnected from friends and family, for a couple of months and lived in complete isolation.
To meet the demands of playing an onscreen police officer he also visited real crime branch offices as part of his research, to play the role of Kabir Sawant.
Known to be a method actor Amit Sadh would also speak to himself.
While on the sets he also kept to himself and carry a grumpy persona a la his on-screen personality
Director, Mayank Sharma was amazed after looking at Amit’s sheer dedication towards his character.
Breathe showcases Amith Sadh as an intense cop, who has gone through a separation with his Wife who has gone ahead to become a hardcore drunkard.
Amit Sadh is debuting in the digital series with it Breathe.
While first 4 episodes released on Jan 26th, the 5th episode has hit the internet today.
Breathe’s content is been liked by the viewers and all the 5 episodes which released till now have kept the audience at a cliffhanger.
Breathe also stars R Madhavan and Sapna Pabbi in lead roles.
Breathe is India’s first trilingual series in Tamil, Telugu, and Hindi. The series also marks the debut of Amit Sadh and R Madhavan into digital series.
The Amazon Prime Original, Breathe, is produced by Abundantia Entertainment and streamed on January 26th, 2018, exclusively on Amazon Prime Video. In an unprecedented move, Breathe launched as a trilingual 8 episode series simultaneously in 200+ countries.