Sidharth Malhotra is one of those actors who got to Bombay struggled a lot, initially started his career with assisting Karan Johar for ‘My Name Is Khan’ and later after a long gap made his ever-charming debut role in Student Of The Year.
As many actors’ movies work well on the box-office though sometimes it happens like films don’t work then another film does marvelous, and the cycle goes on same was with Sidharth and here what he wants to talk about on this topic.
Ek Villain actors state, “Every actor, at any level in India or anywhere else in the world, will experience both highs and lows. They all come with their set of learnings. I think the lows teach you much “But when the low comes, that’s when the real learning comes in. You get that kind of feedback, you want to work much harder, on yourself, stories, scripts, etc. I think it definitely drives you,”
“But when the low comes, that’s when the real learning comes in. You get that kind of feedback, you want to work much harder, on yourself, stories, scripts, etc. I think it definitely drives you.”
As we all know his Marjaavaan (2019) did superbly at the box-office and before that, there were a couple of his films that didn’t meet audience and box office expectations.
Further talking about his struggling actor to now as an establishing performer, Sidharth says, “There was a certain drive when I was struggling as an actor who came to Bombay… there were highs and lows as well. And today, I’m an established actor, working in many movies — there’s a different drive. So, I think my way of dealing with the lows is the most aggressive and typical. I go into my own space and try to work on what I feel is needed and try to work harder and look forward.”
Now, Sidharth Malhotra is all set to impress you all with two films in row Mission Majnu and Thank God.