Actors should be known for their roles, not for social media activities; Says Ajay Devgn

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Published by Ishan Soni on 14 Jan 2020

Bollywood star Ajay Devgn says he avoids social media life in light of the fact that as an actor one should be known for their work, not for what they post on the web. Devgn, who is enjoying in the accomplishment of his recently released Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior, accepts social media has washed away the secret around fame.

“The fame period has been washed (away) by social and digital life now and by entertainers themselves, who always continue sharing updates about their lives. Prior, we would envision how they lived, what they did however now individuals think they (stars) are much the same as them.

I accept an entertainer ought to be known for their work and not for online life movement. Any place I go, I get to love and that makes you feel better. I have constantly done my own thing,” the entertainer told the media in a meeting.

Tanhaji… is Devgn’s 100th film and the entertainer, who started his acting career in 1991 with Phool Aur Kante, sees himself as fortunate to have remained pertinent for crowds because of his shifted film decisions.

“I have been blessed to do unique sort of projects and they have worked too in light of the fact that such huge numbers of on-screen characters struggles to do various things.

“There was no chance doing a film like Raincoat’. I simply needed to evaluate various things, henceforth I did it. There was no awe whether it will work or not. I am happy my hazard paid off. Many individuals prompted me against such movies however today nearly everybody is doing such movies and they are working.”

Of all the 100 movies that he has acted in his multi year-long profession, chronicled films like The Legend of Bhagat Singh and Tanhaji have contacted him the most.

Tanhaji… , likewise highlighting Saif Ali Khan, Kajol and Sharad Kelkar, has earned Rs 61.93 crore at its first end of the week. The on-screen character will next be seen in Maidaan, Bhuj: The Pride of India, Chanakya and a film with Luv Ranjan.

In Maidaan, there won’t be any emotional edge, said Ajay. “It is a spectacular story, directed by Amit Sharma, he has worked admirably. Circumstances are different, narrating has changed. There are no intentional business components added to a film today, be it a tune or a romantic edge. Maidaan has been an exceptionally moving and passionate adventure for me.”

“I will complete work on ‘Maidaan’ and ‘Bhuj’ in three to four months. These two movies will release in 2020. ‘Chanakya’ we will begin later in the year,” he said.

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