Sushant Singh Rajput will speak up on his relationship, promises the actor

September 28, 2016 4:51:25 PM IST
By Shaheen Irani, Glamsham Editorial
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Sushant Singh Rajput fits in perfectly as Mahendra Singh Dhoni. But unfortunately Sushant's personal life is more spoken about than his upcoming movie M.S DHONI: THE UNTOLD STORY.


When interacting with Sushant recently, he was asked if the rumours affect or upset him. Sushant replied, “Yeah there shouldn't be rumours, because now we're telling an important story, which is very engaging, entertaining and has a very important message. We've worked hard towards it and want to share the experience with you. There's no relation with my personal life. Let the film release and let me talk about my relationship because I've always been very open about it and will speak, but this is not the time. Right now I'm on duty and have to sell my film.”

Ask the actor where does he get the care-a-damn attitude from and he says, “I'm a very selfish actor. I do it for myself. Everything from choosing a script to working on it. It is only before the release of the film that I think about the audience for the first time, also because we are selling a film saying it's a good film. So it better be a good film. They'll be spending time, money. So you have to give them some respect. I want this movie to do well because I want to do films like these, which can only happen when this film does well. If somebody looks at me inspired or I get a smile, I'll be happy. If they're envious or anything, it's their problem. As I said, this thing was there and has become more strong. Even if I become successful, it doesn't change anything.”

“When I was in fourth or fifth grade, I saw a car and dreamt of owning it. Two year back, I got that car. I couldn't even sleep one night because of the excitement. The day that car came, I took my friends out and the second day I was so used to it that I felt cheated because I was with the car for 10-15 years and it stayed with me for a day. I don't take myself seriously - not my failures or successes,” concluded the actor.