Ajay Devgn: I was raided in the 90s

It (trying new genres) has got nothing to do with stereotype. The ’90s were dominated by icons like Ajay, the three Khans – Shah Rukh, Salman, Aamir – and Akshay Kumar who continue to be on the top. Directed by Raj Kumar Gupta, the film is set against the backdrop of the 1980s and features Ajay as an Income Tax officer hailing from Uttar Pradesh. I didn’t encounter it because I was shooting out of town. Everybody goes through a phase when films don’t do well but someone analysed it for me that in my whole career, except for a year or two, there has never been a year when I didn’t have a hit. “Maybe if there are two or three flops, there has always been a hit. I’ve tried most of the genres and they all have worked.”
“Otherwise an actor starts struggling. I did Golmaal now Raid, then a rom-com and then Dhamaal. “I’ve been raided once in the ’90s. The actor has been on a golden run with his back-to-back releases Baadshaho and Golmaal Again doing well at the box office. While the film might have taken creative liberties on reel, decades ago, the actor recalled how he was at the receiving end of a real-life raid. 2018-03-04T17:05:38+00:00″>
Published: March 4, 2018 5:05 pm

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Get assembly election result LIVE updates from each constituency in Tripura, Nagaland and Meghalaya This will keep on changing. I’ve luckily never had a phase where I was struggling.”
Currently, the 48-year-old actor is awaiting the release of his next, Raid. It’s about me enjoying my work and not getting repetitive and bored,” he added. Till today they maintain that and watch our films.”
“The new generation who is watching films, they have become very sensible, smart and intelligent. Ajay, however, said there was never a phase in his career where he felt “lost”. He wants to break out of a genre and then it gets very difficult.