Suniel Shetty On Today’s Actors: Bollywood actor Sunil Shetty has given more than one hit films in his career. These days the actor is making headlines for his web series ‘Dharavi Bank’. This web series has been released on MX Player on November 19, while the actors are busy promoting it these days. Meanwhile, he has said that today’s actors think about how much money they are taking home more than the project.
In a conversation with ETimes, Suniel Shetty was asked why it is so difficult to make two hero films in today’s time when he has shared screen space with actors like Akshay Kumar and Sanjay Dutt. Answering this question, Sunil said, “Everyone is insecure about themselves. Everyone talks about how much money they are taking home, not how much money they are investing in the product.”
Because of this, actors do not make relation with the audience.
In this conversation, Sunil Shetty has also said that when actors have to promote something, they are more visible among the audience, not because of which they are not able to build a good relationship with the audience.
He said, “The interaction with the audience happens only before the release, not throughout the year. When you want to redeem your audience, want them to stick with you, then you have to give them something continuously. You have to think about them and not about yourself. When I have to release a film, I don’t take my dog for a walk. When I have to release a film, I do not support any NGO. We don’t talk about all these things.”
Further, he has also said, “It does not matter to the audience which car you drive, which restaurant you go to. Rather, it means to the audience whether he is a real hero or not, whether he is a good person or not, whether he sees everyone equally or not.”
no one to raise voice
Sunil Shetty also said, “Today the film industry is a victim of verbal attacks because of this self-centered nature. Actors of our times knew many unions and their members and we always stood up to be each other’s voice. But in today’s time we have no voice, everyone has to speak for himself.