Mumbai, March 6 (CINEWS): While some acting graduates wouldn’t fret taking up little parts in enormous spending plan movies, performing artist Rajkummar Rao, who has done lead parts in widely praised spending plan movies, says the idea never entered his thoughts.
“I never thought I ought to begin with supporting parts in enormous movies. In our industry, it’s exceptionally hard to leave the circle of parts you get after your first film. I feel exceptionally thankful to everybody that I have done lead parts in movies. So imagine a scenario in which the movies have not been enormous spending plan ventures. The individuals who have seen them have great things to say in regards to them and that is what is critical,” says Rao, who won a National Award for Best Actor for his part in Shahid (2013).
“The considered taking up any part just to get into movies never entered my thoughts. The sort of part that I got in Shahid … any on-screen character would seize the open door, and it gave me a National honor,” he includes.
The on-screen character, who moved on from the Film and Television Institute of India, as of late assumed the part of a writer in Hansal Mehta’s directorial. He is known for doing content-driven movies and praises the gathering of people for making such movies fruitful.
“Times are truly evolving. We have seen such a large number of cases of substance driven movies being fruitful … movies, for example, Lunchbox … also, the majority of my movies. The credit goes to the group of onlookers. For example, we made this late film with a considerable measure of sensibility and we are not doing a ton of nonsense,” he says.