Rahul Bose gets adventurous, steps out of comfort zoneMarch 9th, 2008 - 8:34 pm ICT by admin
By Subhash K. Jha
Mumbai, March 9 (IANS) Whether it’s playing a sweeper in Sanjay Jha’s “Mumbai Chakchak” or doing full-on comedy in Sanjay Chhel’s “Maan Gaye Mughal-e-Azam”, Rahul Bose is getting ultra-adventurous these days. “I’m getting out of my comfort zone increasingly. I recently tried scuba diving, which to me is as alien as sweeping the streets and trying broad comedy,” Rahul told IANS.
“My father passed away in Kasauli recently. My sister and niece needed a break. We headed for the Maldives. I’m now a certified open-water diver. Scuba diving is the closest you can get to divinity on this earth. And I speak like an atheist.
“I touched the divine under water. It was a world of such inexplicable beauty that you wonder how, and why. The silence below is possibly one of the most genuine silences,” said Rahul who is also a national rugby player.
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