Once labeled wood, Sunil Shetty had a very oscillating graph when he went off the radar to a point in his career. But, that’s how he always bounced back. Now, when he reaches the 30-year milestone in the industry, he admits he’s getting roles that do justice to his age and talent.
“In these 29 years, I ‘ve seen success as well as failure. And then, since 2015, I’ ve completely disappeared for a few years. That too, when you (from the fans) saw the love, you realized that what you did must have happened,” Shetty said with his acting debut. Balwan (1992).
Since then, he has ventured into Bollywood, exploring different roles from the brave Border (1997) and a lover of revenge Dhadkan To a terrorist in (2000) Main Hoon Na (2004).
“People, including the media, have kept me alive. Suddenly you feel like you’ve got a new life. But up and down on me, I’m left nothing. I’m kept myself fit, contextual, active and I’m still doing what I’m doing,” he said. ”He called.
Shetty recalls, “From the so-called wooden man to the presenter of iconic images Border, Hera Fairy, Hu Tu Tu or Mohra, People are still talking about these movies … there are still a lot of memes. ”
The father of two, Atiya and Ahan Shetty, has been credited with keeping people alive during his leisure time and feels he has blessed himself for it. “Everyone says, ‘I think you’re sucking the media.’
Now, Shetty is happy to explore new stories at this stage in his career, and he shares roles such as “doing justice to my age, doing justice to my past work”.
He explained, “They were not just fantastic characters, they drove the whole story. I always think, yes I enjoy it, but is there anything there. I work on the web and in films that show me in my 60s and do justice to my personality. ”
According to Shetty, new scripts are being written for senior actors, which will bring new energy to the industry.
“The respect that women get in the film industry today, senior actors, 60 plus, are also getting path-breaking roles. These kinds of things work like magic,” he signed.