Work on Salaam, according to Kajol She was so consumed with Venky that she didn't use glycerine in the bulk of the sequences.
Regarding her upcoming feature Salaam Venky, a film she was initially hesitant to participate in, Kajol asserts that fear should not overcome the spirit of celebrating life.
The true account of young chess player Kolavennu Venkatesh, who had Duchenne muscular dystrophy, served as the basis for Revathy's film, which she also stars in. He expired in 2004.
"You can never make a film like this without feeling anything. Because the subject is every person's worst nightmare, I wasn't sure if I wanted to participate in the movie.
In addition to the fact that Salaam Venky is so beautifully written, Revathy made it easy for us because we were in the same situation every day.
The movie teaches you that life should be a celebration because it is a celebration of life," the 48-year-old actor told PTI in an interview.
A genetic condition called DMD results in progressive weakening of the heart and skeletal muscles.
The death of Venkatesh sparked a discussion in India about euthanasia, also known as mercy killing.
When questioned about her opinions on euthanasia, Kajol quoted Salaam Venky as saying, "One has the right to live and die with dignity.