Saqib Saleem has completed nearly a decade in the Hindi film industry. After appearing in a number of critically acclaimed and commercially successful films, he has made a name for himself in the industry. He now shows how much he’s changed in recent years, why he doesn’t regret his movie choices, and how he’s still trying to figure out his image.
In an interview with Hindustan TimesWhen asked how much he’s changed, he jokingly said, “I’m 32 and finally I’ve grown up looking like a man, not a boy, and I’m happy with the transformation.” He then explained why he does not regret his film choices.
He said, “I don’t regret my choice of film, nor do I think I could have gotten that role or this movie. Whatever I chose, it was a conscious decision based on what was offered to me at the time. I enjoy acting and I do not judge the medium. My primary task is acting and I enjoy doing that. “
He added, “I have a movie 83 in theaters soon, so movies and the Internet are no different for me. People like to see you in a certain light, and once you establish yourself, you have to reinvent yourself to help others. and yourself what more can you do I’m still trying to figure out my image I just want to act and when I get a script that makes me wonder how I would do this it pushes me to to do. “
This year has been a particularly impressive year for the OTT platform, with one hugely popular show after another. Shedding light on the same and how it has grown from strength to strength, the actor said, “People thought budgets were going to be low and there was hesitation in running an OTT project. But when a few projects came out, They realized that budgets were as high as movies. Nowadays the medium has grown and how. OTT is great for artists and it gives you the space to try different things. “
He continued: “In the longer format, someone plays a character for four to five hours and that is quite fun. Now, in a year, I make one or two films, but on OTT I have made two series, one film and with about. Another one is coming in a few months. It gives me the opportunity to work with many people and fulfill different roles. “
The actor made his Bollywood debut with 2011’s Mujhse Fraaandship Karoge and went on to do films like Mere Dad Ki Maruti, Hawaii Hawaii, Dishoom and Race 3. He is now gearing up for Kabir Khan’s ’83.
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