The 46-year-old on-screen character says even he is struggling to get the right budget for his goal-oriented undertaking “Shivaay”. “To make our film at standard with Hollywood, we have to have a great deal of backing from the government. We don’t have the financial backing…
..Indeed, even I am attempting to get the financial backing there for “Shivaay” and ‘Sons Of Sardaar’, which depends on the Battle of Saragarhi,” he said at an occasion here last night.
With this epic show, Ajay is coming back to the executive’s seat after 2008 film “U Me Aur Hum”. The on-screen character said he appreciates making major decisions in light of the fact that he generally needed to be an executive.
“Acting happened to me accidently I was an assistant director when Kuku Kohli (executive ‘Phool Aur Kaante’) offered me the film. I was not certain about doing the film in light of the fact that I was just 18 and was making the most of my school days. In any case, I did and it worked and there was no thinking back after that.”
In his over two-decade-long profession, the national-recompense winning on-screen character has rightly struck a harmony between commercial and art movies
Ajay views himself as fortunate that his tests with distinctive classes worked in his favour.”I am cheerful that I have worked with executives like Rituparno Ghosh, Mahesh Bhatt and Govind Nihalani. Their movies used to be called art cinema amid that time and I am fortunate that every one of my movies with them worked.
“I learnt a great deal from these movies. I learnt a ton from Bhatt sahib, who last coordinated “Zakhm” and left bearing post that I have let him know numerous times to return to heading… I truly miss him,” Ajay said.