Kadvi Hawa actor Sanjai Mishra: Love stories have become old as people know life doesn’t end after 25

“In multi-starrer films, the story is based upon various characters. My upbringing has been such that I always have food on the floor. I am really thankful to Amitabh Bachchan for playing lead roles of his age. “When I reach the set of a film on the first day, I forget that I am Sanjai and try my best to behave like the character that I am playing — here in ‘Kadvi Hawa’, it’s a 70-year-old blind man. Sanjai, known for portraying a mix bag of characters in films like Dil Se, Zameen, Golmaal, Welcome, Masaan and Baadshaho, says after reaching on the set of a particular film, he tries to behave like the character that he has been signed on to portray. But, mainstream films are like a T20 match for me. However, in ‘Kadvi Hawa’, I am the protagonist and it’s on my shoulders to take the film forward. Sanjai says being an actor, he likes to enjoy both mainstream and offbeat cinema. After getting praised for his work in Golmaal Again, Sanjai is now gearing up for the release of Kadvi Hawa, a movie on climate change, featuring him in the lead role of a 70-year-old visually challenged man. It has already been to several film festivals and has been lauded. So, the hero has a lot to do and there is pressure on him. Love stories have become old now as people know that life doesn’t end after 25 — just like these films,” Sanjai told IANS here. I really miss my childhood that way,” he added. “Luckily, audiences are praising my work in both mainstream and offbeat films. They are demanding meaningful cinema. Kadvi Hawa, releasing on November 24, also features Ranvir Shorey and Tillotama Shome. Related News
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Sanjai Mishra has had a career of 25 years. This is the only difference. Watch videoSanjay Mishra in support of Shyam Rangeela’s comic acts: A group of people can’t filter our actsBaadshaho box office collection Day 7: Ajay Devgn film earns Rs 64.14 crToday’s “clever” audience is driving filmmakers to use more of their minds rather than merely money to bring out unique stories, says veteran actor Sanjai Mishra who has balanced his roles in mainstream and off-beat cinema in his over 25-year-career. When I am told about the character I have to play, I personally ask about the character of the film. In two hours, you have to tell a story that the audience will feel is worth watching. You spend Rs 200 crore or Rs 2 crore, moviegoers are not interested in that. Now we live behind four walls in a cemented house. I get dependent on my director. I also like working in both. “I proudly say that I don’t read scripts. I have never done that. This was a natural thing for us. And offbeat films are like a test match where I have to stay on the pitch for three days,” he quipped. Wherever I live, I try to plant trees nearby. “‘Ankhon Dekhi’ proved this. “This was never taught to us during school days. For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App A film today is made from mind, not just money. There is a place in Shirdi where I plant trees in the name of people close to me. “Nowadays, the budget of a film hardly matters. Sanjai Mishra in Baadshaho along with Ajay Devgn and Emraan Hashmi. “I have always kept myself aware about climate change. If you ask why I don’t read the script, I will say that if I will do that, I won’t be able to show the director’s vision on screen.”

On Kadvi Hawa, directed by Nila Madhab Panda, he said climate change is a very pertinent subject to make a film on. As an actor, I have to feel like what I would have done if I was that same person in real life,” he said.