Jatin Goswami as Babloo in Delhi Crime Season 2
Actor Jatin Goswami makes an excellent instance of high quality over amount and his efficiency in Delhi Crime Season 2 is an instance. In the Netflix collection, he appeared as Babloo, one of many culprits who gave chills to the viewers together with his grotesque scenes. In a recent interview, Jatin revealed his greatest praise, “Manoj Bajpayee called me after the Delhi crime. To get a call from him is a big deal. He liked my work.”
Jatin was born in Haryana and later resided in Delhi. Like many others, he relocated to Mumbai and ultimately followed his dream. But it was unquestionably no nice walk. Despite having limited screen time, he played a significant role in Delhi Crime 2. “As an actor, you want to be associated with stories that reach out to people. You want to evolve with work and be with people who are extremely good at their craft. That’s how you learn and enjoy work. In Delhi Crime, I was surrounded by super talented people, learning every day. I couldn’t ask for more.”
“Not only Delhi crime, but I have also been involved with projects where I got to work with people I always look up to. Be it Tigmanshu Dhulia, Anubhav Sinha, Manoj Bajpayee, Sharmila Tagore, or Ayushmann Khurrana. It’s an actor’s dream,” he summed up, wanting again at his profession the place he appeared in movies like Anek, The Great Indian Murder, Babumoshai Bandookbaaz, and Hit: The first case.
However, one factor Jatin feels unhealthy about isn’t sharing the display house with the lady of the hour—Shefali Shah, the headliner of Delhi Crime 2. “Unfortunately, I didn’t have any scenes with her. But I have been a huge fan of her work.”
Actors frequently talk about the experience of playing a grey character. How much of it applies to Jatin? "It's challenging because you want to wake up thinking positively every day. But sometimes, you must put yourself in situations that most people wouldn't want to be in as an actor to understand your character's decisions. Everything he does is motivated by love. When you are in love, sometimes you do anything.
Rajkummar Rao was Jatin's batchmate at The Film and Television Institute of India, and his seniors were Vijay Varma and Jaideep Ahlawat. He participated in the collection's auditions and was chosen by Mukesh Chhabra. The actor believes he still has a long way to go before describing himself as a major actor. Even his Instagram stays unverified.
The Great Indian Murder Success Party
He recalled an incident from The Great Indian Murder's success celebration two years prior, saying, "On the second anniversary of TGIM, creators asked me to a party in Mumbai. At the entrance to the venue, bouncers stopped me. My command was to "pass dikhao." I didn't know who to call or where to go to receive a pass. During this, Piyush Mishra suddenly appeared and spoke, "Are yaar tumhein kabse dhundh raha hu main." It is "Bohot acha kaam kiya hain." The bouncers immediately let me in.
Jatin Goswami’s upcoming projects
Jatin's next appearance will be in Sharmila Tagore's comeback film Gulmohar. He adds, trying his hand at various characters, "Next comes Gulmohar with Sharmila Tagore and Manoj Bajpayee. It's a unique family story of a special kind. While collaborating with Sharmila Ji, I was in amazement. My father has a crush on her. I am looking forward to it.