Rami Malek has been praised for playing the role of Queen's leader Freddie Mercury. Although the film Bohemian Rhapsody has won numerous awards, Rami Malek will soon be considered a legend. Rami's performance was not enough, however, as his sister was shocked to see his brother on the screen. Now, his girlfriend on the screen, she revealed a "strange and confusing fact" about the actor who apparently made him feel uncomfortable.
The British actress Lucy Boynton, who played the love of Freddy's life (as he confessed to the screen) was stoned when she saw Rami Malek prepare for the role. "As an actor, it 's the most exciting thing to see that person disappear and become someone else – it' s totally magical, weird and annoying. "
Rami's preparation was apparently so intense and real that Boynton felt that she was spending more time with Mercury than Rami. Even Rami had a unique experience playing the character.
In a recent interview, even Rami Malek praised the rock legend. In the interview, he revealed that he did not do justice to the character because of the huge number of supporters in so many countries. "Freddie Mercury is an icon and a hero for so many people," he said. "I do not think I have fully understood how huge it is for so many people around the world."
After winning the BAFTA, Rami also revealed to the press how a little anecdote had completely changed his perception of participation in the live aid concert of the legend. He revealed a conversation he had with Bob Geldof, the guy whose main mission was to reunite Queen at this iconic milestone.
In the interview given to The Independent, Malek revealed: "I do not know if Bob Geldof will kill me for that, but I saw him and I met him last night. He said, it's that he called Freddie and he told them, "Freddie, I think an event was created specifically for Queen and for you. And he adds, "This audience is made for Freddie," and Freddie replied, "What do you mean, darling? it's the world, "and Freddie says," I see what you mean. "
The revelation then shows the dedication that the actor maintained during the making of the film.