Breathe actor Amit Sadh: I had a troubled past

For an actor like me, that was the most interesting part to play,” he said. He lived the life of Kabir in his mind for three months while shooting for the series. Secondly, the integrity of the makers, and how it will impact the society once the story goes on the public platform.”
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Get assembly election result LIVE updates from each constituency in Tripura, Nagaland and Meghalaya star started his acting career in 2002 with the TV show Kyun Hota Hai Pyarrr. The Kai Po Che! I, as an individual, understood the character enough to treat him with a little more compassion and humanity.”
Amit Sadh in Breathe. Kabir is a strong man from outside, but broken from within. Asked if the compassion came from the dark phases of his personal life, Amit told IANS, “As an individual, I am completely healed now. Apart from doing fiction shows, he also participated in reality shows Bigg Boss and Fear Factor: Khatron Ke Khiladi. I had a troubled childhood, a troubled adulthood but now I am totally healed. The actor tried to humanise the character. How does he choose his projects? Amit is winning hearts for playing the angry special branch police officer Kabir Sawant in Amazon Prime Video’s latest web series Breathe. He was reportedly on drugs and alcohol in his growing up years. I am lucky that there are people around me to support. 2018-02-26T15:18:11+00:00″>
Published: February 26, 2018 3:18 pm

Amit Sadh plays officer Kabir Sawant in Amazon Prime Video’s latest web series Breathe. I learned empathy and forgiveness, and that gives me confidence as a person.”
There was a phase in his life, especially after his break up from his girlfriend Neeru Bajwa, when he went through emotional ups and downs. “There is nothing called ‘switch on-switch-off’ in an actor. “On the set, there were people who made fun of me but later the same people clapped and appreciated watching my performance. “I do not shy away from accepting that I had a troubled past, but in the journey of coming out of that dark phase, I understand humans better. Firstly, is the story bringing any effect on my mind. So, I sat down with my director and discussed my method of acting for this one and he approved it. We are not machines. The Sultan actor said, “Whether it is a film, television serial or web series, there are three basic things that I consider when I give a nod for a project. He is aggressive and focused; almost like a tiger attacking a deer while hunting. I am less judgmental and more compassionate. “When Mayank Sharma (the director of the show) narrated the story to me, I felt connected to the character. That’s the impact,” said the alumnus of The Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute, New York. He is misunderstood by the society and therefore, not an easily likeable guy. Also Read | Breathe review: This R Madhavan show could have been so much more
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