EYE ON THE BALL SUNNY HINDUJA
TMM|September 2021- Pageant Special Edition
If TVF Aspirants made you wish for all good things to come Sandeep bhaiya’s way, Milind’s death in The Family Man season 3 broke the audience’s hearts. Sunny Hinduja, who played both these characters, is grateful for the adulation coming his way. The actor, who has been a part of the acting industry for the past 12 years and has done some interesting work in projects such as Ballad of Rustom, Pinky Memsaab, Home and Bhaukaal among others, says his criteria for success has always been a peaceful mind and a good night’s sleep. “So, I think I have been successful even before these shows came my way,” he smiles. He does however add that the impact his characters are leaving reassures him that the path he took was the right one. “More than anything else, I focussed on the craft. That was my mantra from the start,” he says. The actor shares his journey with TMM…

Tell us how the acting bug bit you?

I was enamoured by films in my younger days. In my childhood, I used to think that it is because of the fame attached to them, but in due course of time, I realised it was the experience of sitting in the theatre and getting mesmerized by what’s happening on the screen. It was about being transported with the actors into their journey.

You trained at the prestigious Film and Television Institute of India (FTII). Why did you feel the need to train as an actor?

I knew that if I want to make a career out of acting, I can’t land up in this vast pool of actors. One needs to have an understanding of the craft to get into it. You have to give time to understand the world you are getting into. Getting into acting is not even the start of it. Even after that, it took me at least ten years to understand a few things because acting is such a vast field. You can keep learning till infinity. I want to keep learning and take a deep dive into acting.

You have been a part of interesting projects before Aspirants happened, but does Aspirants feel like a turning point?

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