The 40 year old has always been associated with Theatre since the beginning days of her career. Randeep Hooda is one of the active members of Motley Theatre Troupe, which is owned by actor Naseeruddin Shah. Randeep always mentioned Mr. Shah as his mentor, friend and confidant.
Randeep said at point of time he wanted to take a break for films since there is no quality work that came to him. When he was on bed rest with a broken leg, he said Naseeruddin Shah came to him and said ‘don’t plan your career… It will take its shape’ so that is what he have been doing.
This Sarabjit actor said ‘Sarbjit’ was a hyped film but my performance in ‘Laal Rang’ was equally appreciated; it was one of my favourite films. So all this is going to accumulate into my filmography which will be seen by people. I hope I get better films. Every successful film can get me one more opportunity to show my work’
Randeep plays a ‘Mixed Martial Arts’ fighter who meets a stranger girl in foreign country and fall in love with her. The actor has seen the Korean film ‘Always’ on which ‘Do Lafzon Ki Kahani’ is based.
‘I wondered why no one is making this film ‘Always’ in Hindi. Then the director, Deepak Tijori came with this story of two lovely lonely souls living in a foreign country. They meet out of fate and realize they have a connection’ he said.
After being in the film industry for around 15 years and showing his versatility, Randeep reveals he still gets frightened to do any role.
‘Every role that I get makes me feel petrified…thinking if I will be able to do it. This happens after I have accepted a film. I have not decided what I will do after ‘Sultan’ but I will try to do something different,” the actor said.
But this is surprising to know Randeep didn’t sign any film after Sultan. Actors who have a market like him won’t keep their diaries empty.
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