Popular Nollywood actor, Ibrahim Chatta, says interpreting his role in movies comes to him naturally but for some of his colleagues, they are told to cast their minds back to past events in their lives by producers.
The father-of-one, who is currently pursuing a diploma certificate in a polytechnic in Oyo State after dropping out of secondary school about three decades ago, stated this in an interview he granted Punch when asked about how he produced genuine tears in movies.
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He told the paper: “I don’t do anything, I just follow the script. Unlike most people, I don’t need to think of anything bad to cry. I am aware that they tell people to think of different experiences to act the role well.
“They tell them to think of when they lost their virginity or the day their parents died. You just have to ensure you feel the pain of the character to play a believable role.”