British actor Ray Panthaki has revealed he barely slept while making 'Convenience'.
Ray Panthaki barely slept while making 'Convenience'.
Speaking exclusively to BANG Showbiz, Ray said: ''Early on, I was really being pushed to direct the film, but I knew my limitations. I couldn't do that as well. I just couldn't.
''I gave it my all. And the 'all' meant not sleeping. I was doing my acting and then my producing duties. I'll keep going and I'll keep going and I'll keep going ... I'll push it to the extremes.''
Meanwhile, Ray also revealed he was keen to make a movie that had an ''American feel''.
He shared: ''I certainly know that when I set out to make the film that it was a film that had an American feel to it. Humour-wise, I mean, if it translates that's great. I've got a bit bored of safe British comedies.
''This is inspired by independent US movies. Humour-wise, I don't know ... I'd like to think the humour could travel.''
'Convenience' is in cinemas October 2 and On Demand/DVD October 5.
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