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I have challenged him to play mischief with me on twitter. I used to sweep floors, wash utensils in people’s home, and I was a security guard in a showroom in Delhi. I have slept on roads and also tried committing suicide. After my struggle, I came on (with R Madhavan) is ready. I would like to play Kargil war heroes like Captain Anuj Nayyar, or Captain Vikram Batra. She still lives like his widow though they weren’t married.I will do any film with him whether it releases or not. He gives you a power to think as an actor, he pushes you beyond your boundaries. If you are offered a biopic, who would you like to play? They had a relationship for about three years in which they had met just six times. You have been part of multi-starrers like but these days filmmakers say that it is difficult getting actors to do multi-starrers as the new generation is insecure. I don’t believe in solo starrers or multi-starrers, I only work in good stories.Salman Khan may have walked with top honours for his role in Sultan but supporting actors in the movie made quite an impact too. In a telephonic conversation with Indian Express.com, the Kai Po Che actor spoke about Salman and why he considers working with Bhai a life-changing experience. I have given hits like Kai Po Che but some of my movies didn’t do well like Guddu Rangeela but that did not stop me from giving my best. You said that working with Salman Khan is a life-changing experience. Every time I meet Sir, it is a life-changing experience. I never had anyone whom I could look up to but again I am lucky to have him in my life.People have seen you earlier, but after Sultan they want to know who Amit Sadh actually is? It is just not only about working with him but also meeting him. How is the character of Akash Oberoi from Sultan similar to that of Amit Sadh?He doesn’t tire talking about life’s philosophies and clearly detests social media by calling it ‘trash and garbage’. All the films that I wanted to work on, or I have auditioned, I have never bagged those films.Ahead of the release of director, Ram Gopal Varma to play his arrogant and volatile grandson Shivaji Nagre. One day I got a message from Ram Gopal Varma that I should see him in his office. There is a perception about him that people have created — I think people react to social media, to twitter.What he does after pack-up for recreation, how he vents out, what is his entertainment — I am not concerned.The day he writes about me on twitter, I will react in my way.
But I take that as a compliment because being a loser to me is that I was in a battle and was working to win it. The success of Sultan is my success as well and I am very grateful to all the beautiful people of this country. This is not at all true but obviously, if you will trouble him, he will scold you. He is one of the best actors in this country but no one focuses on his methods, his acting skills, the way he executes his character. He has always stood up for himself with his head held high even when life was testing him. But now when everyone knows about it, so yes he has been kind enough to gift me his favourite cycle. I am tall, dark and a handsome guy with six packs, ‘Kabhi kabhi aath (8) bhi dikhte hai’. It is presented by Rajya Sabha TV and produced by Gurdeep Singh Sappal. It's a sports drama directed by Reema Kagti and produced by Ritesh Sidhwani and Farhan Akhtar under the banner Excel Entertainment.This will be the second time after "Sultan" that he would be seen starring in the same genre.I went up to him on the first day of the shoot, touched his feet, took his blessings, and before I could say, ‘Thank you’, he stopped me with the words, ‘Hey, forget it'. I am really grateful that they vouched for and stuck by me. You had a very promising debut but unlike your co-stars Rajkummar Rao and Sushant Singh Rajput, you didn't cash in on the success of What went wrong? But no, he never made me nervous, instead he made me a better actor. He pushed me to be more prepared, to be more present. What Ram Gopal Varma does on twitter and in his personal life, I don’t care.
Actually it wasn’t too bad for me as the perception is, just that my next film released two years after that, so people thought my career had come to a stand-still. He would just create this world where all he had to do was be present. But the whole experience, from first day to the last day, has been very fruitful for me. I only know my hands on experience with him as the director.
", "Sultan", "Running Shaadi", "Sarkar 3", "Phoonk 2", "Guddu Rangeela" and "Akira".