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They will also be close to my heart. They were all interesting projects. I'm happy that I am the only who did films, TV and web with successful projects in all the mediums.
I was also a host. Very few have a career like this. I have done six to seven films with a success rate of 50 per cent. Yes, while Shaitaan and Table No 21 worked, Fever did not. There are many others with a lesser success rate but they are in the news with lot of PR activities, being in the news for their party appearances or magazine spreads. Social media is a such a huge platform but you seem to be very inactive on it when others are using it to the maximum It is different to be active and to be a salve.
I don't feel the need in the morning to reach out to people telling the world what I am doing. My priority is me. What others are doing maybe the need of the hour, but I can't sell myself for more followers. I do interact with people on the roadside and give fans a lot of time say when I flying.
If I am in plane and the person sitting next to me compliments me, I make sure I chat up with that guy or girl for around an hour.
That is my way of interacting. I do not feel the need to oversell myself and being inactive does not bother me. I have other things to do than to update my status. Do you watch any of the current shows and is there any Jodi whom you like?
I don't watch TV at all, I won't know who are most loved couples now.
I watch more shows online. In fact, I read even the news headlines on my phone. My wife and I are thinking of cutting off the cable connection as no one watches TV.
Ram Kapoor and Sakshi Tanwar's reunion for a web-series was a huge hit. Would you do a project with Aamna Sharif if offered one? These are all hypothetical questions. I can only answer if I get that project but everyone wants interesting answers laughs out loud. We haven't interacted since a while. If we meet, we will start off from where we left. From what I hear, she is busy with her son and wants to focus on her family for a while now.
And I work on projects not with certain set-ups, directors or actors. I will take up something only if it excites me. I don't think I have ever exploited what I did in the past.
I have been honest in that respect. I feel when you work with same actor or director, you are somewhere playing safe. It is like encashing on past popularity. You hope to get half of the audience of that previously successful project. To be frank, I am surprised to see the fan mania around Left Right Left even today. People swear by it saying they joined the Army seeing the character of Rajveer Singh Shekhawat.
No one said that my pairing with Kritika in Reporters was in any way, insipid. There is always fun in generating new chemistry and encash on past popularity for an actor.
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Which are your favourite shows right now? My all time faves would be Game of Thrones and Breaking Bad. It was very important for me to get noticed in my first film. I also had to fight with the mental block that TV guys cannot make it in films.
Most of them said get a bigger name. No one was ready to take the risk. It was said that before Aamirno producer was keen to sign you on because you barraged them with questions. Yes, I was or I could have. I quit shows, I took several breaks. The idea was not to own a five BHK or a palatial house in Mumbai or buy a limousine. You have been a documentary filmmaker. My involvement in any project has nothing to do with my past. I made a documentary in Delhi because I was looking for a source of income.
By default I got into it. Actually, I love writing, conceiving ideas and putting them on paper.
Did they bring you money? That was just for survival. When I came to Mumbai, I had a debt of Rs 50, I came here to sell one of my projects in which I had pumped in all my earnings. I had produced, directed, written and acted in a drama called Pilot. It was based on the Indian army.
'I’m no longer linked with Aamna Sharif'
At the last moment, the army withdrew all its technical support. The Kargil war had broken out. It was impossible to continue with the project.
I had no choice but to sell the project to any channel. I stayed with the cinematographer of PilotDeepak Malvankar. I asked him if I could stay for 10 days but ended up staying for nearly a year. I owe so much to him. Eventually, Bombay accepted me. I did loads of work in television and also ad films.
To own a house in a year in Mumbai is quite an achievement.