Gulshan Grover stated that he left Delhi for Mumbai in 1974 to make his career in Bollywood.
“I left Delhi college and the town to be a star and i am not letting that be compromised in any sense.I did not leave my parents here crying and emotional to just earn basic bread and butter. I went there to be a star. If I had to earn simply my rozi roti, I’d have stayed back in Delhi and got a great job in the subject of commerce,” says Grover, who is an alumnus of Sri Ram University of commerce.
“I will not allow anything to dilute what I had set out to be. I am not going to work in a TV series or web series just to get some money. I too had to learn everything on the job and go through my share of struggles but now I will not let anything change what I have achieved,” adds the actor, who has been part of hit films which includes Sadma (1983), Ram Lakhan (1989), Dilwale (1994) and Hera Pheri (2000). He made his first on-screen look on the television show Hum Paanch.
The 60-year-vintage actor, who won a national Award for first supporting role in the film I Am Kalam (2011), does not want to slow down even after 4 a hit decades in n the Bollywood industry. “”I am one of those actors who enjoy at work. I don’t know what relaxation is. I would be very unhappy leaving my work. So, what problem do I need to have in working? I hate people who choose a profession and then crib about it,” says the actor who will soon be seen in a web film. “CINEWS”