Though his characters such as Chappan Tikli and Tapasvi Gunjal could never quite redeem themselves, Gulshan Grover has set the record straight with his autobiography, Bad Man
Q. You talk about how your villainous image carries off-screen as well. Is it satisfying or annoying?
When you play a villain, that image affects you. Even very progressive ad filmmakers rarely cast a villain to endorse a product.
Q. Have you felt trapped by that image?
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August 19, 2019