- For an entertainer, the best thing is individuals seeing the person and not an entertainer in the film. So if you look and be the part, that is a commendation.
- The main arrangement I follow is to continue to work and to give your 100%. Rest, you leave it in possession of God.
His new delivery, Bhuj: The Pride of India, brought him great audits, and Sharad Kelkar couldn’t be more joyful. He considers the best commendation is individuals letting him know they could see the person and not him.
“For any entertainer, the best thing is individuals seeing the person and not an entertainer in the film. If you look and be the part, that is a commendation. Individuals never saw me in the film, and that is the triumph of an entertainer,” says the 45-year-old, who assumed the part of Army official Ram Karan.
While his network shows and movies all offered him enough chances to substantiate himself, there will undoubtedly be some of them which Kelkar needed to take up for different reasons other than the job. Also, the entertainer concedes that he compromised once in a while.
“Clearly yes. I’m an average person, and I need to run my home too. Assuming I was single and didn’t have that obligation, yes, I can take that risk of doing stuff that I need to do. Yet, I am a family man and have liabilities, so in some cases, I don’t consider it,” he concedes.
The truth be told, questions off-base with regards to it. “Someone is making a venture with energy, regarding me and giving me a job, and paying me as well.
So I don’t think there is anything off-base. Work will be work; I will give my 100% whether it is a little or a major film, web show or TV, mooring an occasion… rest is the karma of the undertaking,” he clarifies.
The entertainer feels it is a ‘supernatural occurrence’ that a portion of the ventures from which he expected the least ended up being quite well. But, he says, “No one can tell what will transform into gold.
The main arrangement I follow is to continue to work and to give your 100%. Rest, you leave it in possession of God.
You probably heard from many entertainers, and an unmistakable one is Akshay Kumar, that 70% is karma and 30 per cent is difficult to work; we need to pass on something to karma, moreover. So you can’t be wonderful without fail, and you may go correct.”