Mumbai, January 24 (CINEWS):Girish Kumar, who appeared in Bollywood with Prabhu Deva’s romcom, Ramaiya Vastavaiya, in 2013 dropped off the radar in spite of being offered four movies in the most recent three years. Sitting at home as opposed to settling for movies he was certain would tank, maker Kumar Taurani’s ladla learnt how sincerely difficult it is to be a star child.
“I appeared with a decent film which worked in the cinematic world however the business did not welcome me. I had a mental meltdown and consistent emergencies. It’s been a to a great degree intense, passionate voyage,” concedes the 26-year-old performing artist, calling attention to that it’s troublesome for an offspring of the business in light of the fact that everybody presumes his Mr moneybags father will make a film for him. “In any case, that is not what any of us need and there are endless star children who have not satisfied their dad’s or family’s legacy. The weight of living under the shadow of someone else is crazy.”
He concedes his father can’t comprehend what all the anxiety and complain is about and frequently thinks about whether Girish is as a rule too hard on himself. “It pesters him yet I don’t need anybody to say that my dad is delivering a film for me,” he says. He will be seen next in Loveshhuda, whose slogan proposes that connections nowadays start in informal lodging in adoration. Inquire as to whether his offscreen connections additionally began with one-night stands and he roars, “I’ve officially played the Casanova and playboy without a doubt. In any case, every one of the stories about my ladies are for me to know and for you to ponder. I don’t worry about it the length of my mom doesn’t discover what I’m doing.”
He trusts his co-star, Miss India 2013 Navneet Kaur Dhillon, is a characteristic on screen. “Navneet’s not had any formal preparing in acting or moving. We’ve turned out to be great amigos,” he says. The science between them is obvious in “Aaj phir peene ki tammanah hai”, a counterfeit of the Lata Mangeshkar number from Guide, and the drunk “Aggregate Talli”.
In the interim, with the brain pencils at the forefront of his thoughts, Girish declined to say the cuss word chu**ya and was controlled by his executive Vaibhav Misra. “He was dead set on me utilizing it and we wound up having a gigantic spat which overflowed to the unit. Before long everybody was giving gaalis and I understood how normally the word slips out. I wound up listening to my chief for whatever is left of the film,” Girish concedes with a timid grin.
He concedes that he has no arrangements of going behind the camera. “I’ll stick to acting and will take after my heart,” he closes down, not before conceding that written work is the most under-appraised and came up short on calling in Bollywood.