Sendhil recently spoke with “One Question Interviews” host Rick Yaeger about Heroes, Covert Affairs, Beauty and the Beast, Brahmin Bulls, and A Momentary Lapse of Reason. To see the video, visit the One Question Interviews site or watch below!
Sendhil has begun filming “A Momentary Lapse of Reason” in India, and today he shared his first behind the scenes photo of a table reading with director Aditya Bhattacharya and co-star Kunal Nayyar! You can see the original photo here on Sendhil’s Twitter feed.
We know you were all patiently waiting for news on showings of Brahmin Bulls so here is some new info for all of you, Sendhil fans.
Brahmin Bulls will have it’s European debut at the Indian Film Festival in Stuttgart, Germany on July 17th! To buy your tickets, click here!
Don’t be sad, Sendhil fans! While it’s true that Sendhil will not be returning to The CW Network’s ‘Beauty and the Beast’ for their third season, we have great news for you on Sendhil’s next project!
Here’s a note from Sendhil:
“Thanks for all of the support, Beasties! It’s been fun being your villain. Please look for my next project, an indie feature titled “A Momentary Lapse of Reason” which I will start shooting in a couple of weeks in India and Los Angeles. I will post behind the scenes pics as soon as I am able.”
So keep your eyes peeled for news on “A Momentary Lapse of Reason” as well as some auctions and giveaways we have planned!
Beauty and the Beast‘s Season 2 finale (airing Monday at 9/8c, The CW) is titled “Deja Vu” in part because it hinges on a rematch between Vincent (played by Jay Ryan) and Beast Gabe. This feral face-off however promises to be bigger and badder than their Season 1-ending skirmish, raising a big question that could inform Catherine (Kristin Kreuk) and Vincent’s future together… or, gulp, apart.
Here, B&TB showrunner Brad Kern shares with TVLine a preview of the sophomore drama’s intense final hour.
TVLINE | So, all season long I’ve been shouting at my TV, “Gabe, just take the serum!” But now that he’s done it, I’m admittedly very afraid.
Be very afraid, Matt…. I mean, Sendhil [Ramamurthy] is a terrific actor and we had a nice journey for him this season where Gabe really was trying to redeem himself, and he gave it his all. I think he actually did something that is almost impossible to do, which is get the audience to at least have some belief that he could actually have turned the corner. But, you are who you are and what’s then fun for us, and hopefully rewarding for the audience, is not to bring the ultimate bad guy out of left field but to bring it full circle back to the end of Season 1, that unfinished business.
To read the entire interview, please click here.