Mumbai, December 6 (CINEWS): While numerous performing artists in the film business would like to see their children take up the same calling, Ranvir Shorey says he’d like his four-year-old child Haroon to enter some other field.
“In a perfect world, I’d like it in the event that he accomplished something else. We see such a large amount of this father-child thing in the business (examinations, desires and so on.) that I’d like it in the event that he didn’t make me feel like that and he didn’t join showbiz. In any case, it is Haroon’s call, in the long run, his destiny and fate,” says Ranvir.
Looking at being an open figure, the performing artist says that he has never been content with the way he has been seen. “I have been an open figure for just about 15 years now. I needed individuals to know me as I think I am, I don’t need the view of me to be not the same as what I am. I attempted a great deal at first to clutch that, however, you just can’t. It is only the way of the monster called acclaim … that individuals will talk and individuals will make up their psyches in view of off base certainties and there’s little you can do to change that,” he says.
Ranvir, who is known for his exhibitions in movies, for example, Singh Is Kinng (2008) and No Smoking (2007), says that he is worn out on being known just for his drama movies.
“It’s not an extraordinary feeling to be named and boxed as an on-screen character. However, it’s hard to change your picture in this industry. In the event that you are effective in something, it’s similar to a stamp on your rear,” he says.