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An Actor Needs To Be Socially Responsible, Boman Irani

Web Desk(March 28, 2018): The 58-year-old actor, who entered Hindi films after he turned 40 – as an “outsider”, from English theatre — but successfully cast a spell of joy on Indian audiences by crafting such memorable characters as Dr. Asthana (in ‘Munna Bhai’) and Prof Viru Sahastrabuddhe (‘3 Idiots’), believes that it is important to be happy and make people smile.“Some people may find the films that I do senseless cinema, but I am okay with it as long as people have a good laugh and they get their money’s worth,” the ‘Jolly LLB’ actor, who continues to adhere to the “theatre discipline” of rehearsal to endow credibility to the roles he essays, told.Boman is now looking forward to the release of ‘Jhalki’ – in which he plays the Nobel laureate Kailash Satyarthi – which takes a deep plunge into the socially relevant issues of child labor and exploitation. So moved was the ‘Khosla Ka Ghosla’ actor by the subject that he said yes to the role in a matter of 10 minutes – unusual for someone who generally does not rush into the roles he is offered.“When it came to this particular film, I truly felt that child labor is an issue that we do not address strongly. So I agreed to do the film in a matter of 10 minutes,” said the actor who has played like ‘Family Ties’, ‘Mahatma vs Gandhi’ and ‘I Am Not Bajirao’ to his credit.

As an advice to newcomers and “outsiders” like him who want to make it big in Bollywood, Boman said that they should focus on their work instead of getting into the various “camps” of the industry.

“I get along with everyone very well. I don’t take sides. I do not talk about anything except work. And after work, I talk about fun, life, and enjoyment… nothing else,” he added.

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