EX: Everything is really instant in the world we live in right now. Nothing is tangible, it’s all quickfire. Have you firmly entrenched into digital and social media formats?
I have in a way but I’m not someone who is likely to be addicted to it. I’m not someone who has to post a picture about everything that I’m doing. I feel like it depends on everything that’s happening at that particular point in your life. Things move really fast, they spread really fast. It could be something you’ve put up; it doesn’t even take a moment till it’s all over the internet. It also makes me realize to not take anything too seriously because it’s temporary. Life will move on past anything and everything that comes by, whether it is a moment of joy, success, failure or even a heartbreak. You move past it and tomorrow is going to be a different day.
EX: A lot of the actors now have bridged the gap between the celluloid films and OTT platforms, do you see yourself driven by it?
The content that we see now is amazing. And obviously, there is content that can not be restricted to a 2-3 hour film such that when they get developed into a series, they’re a lot more intriguing. If a great opportunity comes my way which makes me want to take it up, I would love to do it. I feel like acting is my job and the medium is something that is not truly relevant. If the work is exciting enough for you as an actor, then that makes all the difference.
EX: Your career is gaining steam with smart choices, awards and the box office clout, does the amount of success come as a surprise or wary you sometimes?
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