Manoj Bajpayee, who recently bagged a lot of attention for his intense voiceover in the trailer of 'Naam Shabana', has admitted that the movie was one of the most difficult movies he has ever done.
Manoj is playing a senior intelligence officer in the film which stars Taapsee Pannu in the lead role.
Talking about his role, The actor revealed that it was the dialogues of 'Naam Shabana' that made it a little difficult and demanding for him.
"No role is easy. In this film I had to speak too many lines. I don't think anyone can match me up even Taapsee Pannu in the number of lines that I have in the film. It is quite tiring as it was demanding. It was excruciating and tiring to learn and work on those lines," Bajpayee was quoted as saying.
"Even if you add lines of everyone in the film my lines are that much. I am not complaining," he joked.
The movie is directed by Neeraj Pandey and Bajpayee, who has previously collaborated with the filmmaker on "Special 26," said they share a great camaraderie.
"There is a comfort level with him (Neeraj). It (equation) works because of the ethics, comfort level, the similarity between two people. Both individuals respect each other and don't take each other for granted.
"With some directors, ou strike a relationship that is beyond actor-director. With Neeraj we are more like friends and family," he said.
Also starring Anupam Kher and Akshay Kumar "Naam Shabana" is set to hit the theatres on March 31.