Amit Sadh likes to call a spade a spade.He is very straightforward, even brutal, in his answers.
But he is ever the gentleman.
When he does get upset with a particular question, he will explain his point of view firmly but politely.
The actor is in a happy space these days, as he stars in four big projects on OTT, all of which released in July.
From Breathe: Into The Shadows, to Shakuntala Devi, Avrodh and Yaara, Amit shows off different facets of himself in each project.
“I haven’t had four releases in four years, but I’m not going mad,”
Your silences were terrific in Breathe. Did you go delve within your own life experiences to bring out the pain in your character?
You’ve hit the nail in the first question.
Well, not just the pain. Yes, he has pain, but he has a lot of good stuff too.
People, who go through a lot of pain, struggle and hardship, become gentle because they realise the power of being good.
Yes, I do put a lot of myself into the roles I play. But Kabir (Sawant, his character in Breathe) is the closest to me.
You are a quiet romantic in Breathe too. Are you the same in real life?
I cannot do anything frivolous.
Even during this interview, I will give you all my focus. If you’ve made the effort to be there, I will return that effort.
We need that intensity in life.
We need to be respectful.
I am a very intense person.
I value things. I am not frivolous with words.
I believe in the phrase, ‘Actions speak louder than words’.
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