Sushant Singh Rajput is Bollywood’s fantastic find. The TV actor, who debuted in Bollywood with the movie ‘Kai Po Che’ was seen in a small but significant role in the recently release ‘PK’. Sushant will soon be seen in the detective flick ‘Detective Byomkesh Bakshi’.
In an interview with Hindustan Times, Sushant mentioned how he survived in the industry which is (in)famous for its Nepotism business. Talking about this Sushant said, “Well, this industry is a strange place. You look in one direction, and you find mediocrity and nepotism thriving, and you can’t come up with a logical reason to explain it. In the other direction, you see immense respect for passion, talent and professionalism, irrespective of being an insider or an outsider. The best thing is to accept the circumstances, not take them personally, deal with them, stop complaining, and give everything your best.”
When pointed that he is following in the footsteps of none other than SRK, who successfully transitioned from TV to films, Sushant said, “I am sure that their unsuccessful transitions have nothing to do with them working in TV. Television is a very strong medium and a breeding ground for skilled actors. There are other parameters that we need to take into account while making the transition. Your choice of films, your passion for the art, preserving your motivation and confidence are some of these things.”
Sushant is looking forward to the release of his film on April 3.