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EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW! Gashmeer Mahajani: You Should Be Known For Your Body Of Work & Not Because You’re Visible

‘I
Use
Voice
Modulation
To
Keep
My
Character
As
Sensible
As
Possible’


Q.
From
all
your
work
which
I
have
followed
so
far,
I’ve
observed
that
you
have
been
making
a
more
detailed
use
of
voice
modulation,
body
language
and
use
of
gaze
in
your
performance
as
Aditya
Kumar
Tripathi
in

Imlie

as
compared
to
your
earlier
acts.
For
example,
the
scene
where
Adi
and
Imlie
are
having
a
conversation
at
the
bus
stand
and
Prakash
interrupts
in.
He
asks
Adi,
‘Kaunsi
patni
Imlie
ya
Malini?’
For
a
second,
your
character
gets
shocked,
he
turns
towards
Imlie
who
signals
a
‘No’,
composes
himself
quickly
and
gives
it
back
to
Prakash.
One
saw
a
similar
emotional
transition
in
another
scene
where
you
bump
into
Imlie
at
the
forest
in
Pagdandiya
post
Dev-Mithi-Satyakam’s
confrontation
scene.
This
is
something
which
I
have
particularly
seen
in
your
work
in
the
last
10-11
months.
What
has
brought
about
that
change
in
you?


A.

Firstly,
the
amount
of
voice
modulation
that
I
use
in

Imlie

is
actually
not
needed.
If
you
watch
my
films,
you
will
realize
that
I
don’t
modulate
my
voice
as
frequently
as
how
I
do
in
my
TV
show.
This
is
because
Imlie
is
a
daily
soap.
To
create
drama
and
twists,
many
a
times
the
written
material
which
comes
to
me
is
sudden
and
random.
So,
there’s
no
detailed
thinking
behind
Aditya’s
reaction
which
he
is
supposed
to
give
in
a
scene.
It’s
just
written,
Abhi
Aditya
ko
Malini
pe
vishwas
karna
hai
or
Aditya
ko
yeh
karna
hai
yaa
woh
karna
hai
.’
For
the
twist,
frankly
speaking
nobody
has
the
time
to
look
back
at
Aditya’s
behaviour
in
the
last
11
months
because
it’s
a
daily
soap.
You
are
shooting
day
after
tomorrow’s
episode
today.
The
writers
too,
don’t
get
enough
time.
Suddenly,
you
get
the
material
and
you
are
like,
Arey
yeh
main
kaise
justify
karunga
kyunki
Aditya
aisa
hain
hi
nahi
ki
woh
iss
tarah
se
react
kare!
” I
can
only
do
a
few
improvisations
but
I
can’t
change
the
material
because
for
that,
the
other
character’s
material
will
also
need
to
be
changed.
Now
as
an
actor,
I
can’t
change
other
actor’s
script.
I
don’t
have
that
right.
So,
I
have
to
keep
his/her
material
intact.
He/she
will
act
in
a
certain
way
which
is
written
in
the
script
and
I
have
to
justify
my
character
too
as
to
why
he
is
reacting
in
a
certain
way.
That’s
where
I
use
voice
modulation
as
a
tool.

I
try
and
make
my
character
look
sensible
with
voice
modulation.
I
try
to
put
a
new
emotion
in
it
which
is
not
present
in
the
written
material
at
all.
I
use
voice
modulation
so
that
the
audience
may
think,
Arey
yeh
iss
waqt
aise
react
kar
sakta
hai
kyunki
woh
thoda
sa
gullible
aur
vulnerable
hai.

At
least
to
make
him
not
look
stupid,
I
have
to
add
those
voice
modulations.
So,
I
use
this
as
a
tool
right
now
which
is
actually
not
the
correct
way
to
do
it.
Cinematically
speaking,
you
don’t
need
to
make
so
much
use
of
voice
modulation
if
the
script
is
written
in
a
way
keeping
in
mind
the
entire
journey
of
the
character.
But
this
is
not
possible
to
do
in
a
daily
soap.
This
is
something
which
I
have
realized
now.
I
can’t
blame
them
(writers)
because
they
too,
have
deadlines
to
meet
and
have
to
bring
a
certain
amount
of
‘twists’
in
a
certain
time.
So,
they
can’t
think
about
what
the
characters
had
done
11
months
back
or
their
thought
process.
They
just
write
random
twists
like
Aditya
has
to
react
like
this
or
that.
Now,
how
do
I
justify
them
as
an
actor?
So,
that’s
when
I
use
voice
modulation.
Through
this,
I
make
the
character
sometimes
more
emotional
or
more
vulnerable.
So
then,
it
becomes
believable
that
he
may
react
in
a
particular
way.
I
have
to
make
this
work
but
it’s
not
the
right
way
to
act.

See
in
films,
you
have
your
character
well-defined
so
there,
I
don’t
make
much
use
of
voice
modulation
because
the
written
material
itself
is
justifying
my
character.
But
here,
I
have
to
use
voice
modulation
because
the
written
material
sometimes
doesn’t
justify
the
character.
It
lacks
depth.
I
am
told,
Aditya
ne
aisa
kar
diya…

So,
I
ask,

“Lekin
woh
kaise
believe
karta
hai?”

They
tell
me,

“Arey
usne
aisa
bol
diya
naa
toh
tu
believe
kar
le.”

(laughs)
But
it
doesn’t
happen
that
way
naa.
Nobody
will
immediately
believe
in
something.
But
then,
that
has
to
be
done
because
the
show
has
to
go
on.
The
material
has
to
be
shot
and
sent
for
post-production
in
time.
So
then
as
an
actor,
I
have
to
use
voice
modulation
as
a
tool.
I
have
no
other
option.
I
modulate
my
voice
to
justify
Aditya’s
character.
That’s
why
it’s
done
so
frequently.
It’s
liked
by
people
but
only
I
know
the
pain
that
I
have
to
take
for
that
(laughs).
I
use
voice
modulation
to
keep
my
character
as
sensible
as
possible
and
as
much
as
I
can
in
the
capacity
that
I
have
as
an
actor.
That’s
the
whole
idea.
It’s
to
give
depth
to
the
character
which
is
missing
in
the
written
material.
That’s
my
skill
as
an
actor
and
that
is
what
I
charge
money
for,
that
if
this
is
what
is
going
to
happen
on
the
material
end,
then
I
will
use
my
skills
to
make
him
more
deeper.
That’s
what
I
am
paid
for,
so
I
use
this
skill.

'It's A Very Taxing Task To Genuinely React To Unbelievable Circumstances; But That's My Tenacity As An Actor'

‘It’s
A
Very
Taxing
Task
To
Genuinely
React
To
Unbelievable
Circumstances;
But
That’s
My
Tenacity
As
An
Actor’


Q.
Action
and
dance
is
your
forte.
But
on
a
personal
note,
I
connect
more
with
your
emotional
scenes.
Now
by
emotional,
I
don’t
mean
only
crying.
It
can
be
any
of
the
other
emotions
like
angst,
jealousy,
fear
etc.
It’s
said
that
acting
is
a
liberating
experience.
We
see
actors
using
the
emotional
memory
technique
wherein
they
revisit
real
life
experiences
from
their
past
to
derive
certain
emotions
from
there.
But
at
times,
acting
can
also
be
a
traumatic
experience
because
while
performing
a
scene,
sometimes
you
might
get
shocked
at
your
own
reaction.
Have
you
ever
been
in
such
a
situation
in
the
past
while
enacting
emotionally
intense
scenes
and
how
did
you
deal
with
it?


A.

Once
or
twice,
I
have
been
in
such
a
situation.
But
I
don’t
use
emotional
memory
which
is
a
Lee
Strasberg
technique.
Instead,
I
follow
the
Stella
Adler
acting
method.
Both
the
techniques
have
derived
from
Stanislaviski.
But
Stellar
Adler’s
method
works
more
for
me
because
she
uses
circumstantial
reactions
wherein
you
imagine
yourself
in
a
certain
circumstance
and
react
to
it
rather
than
deriving
from
personal
life
experiences.

See,
if
I
use
the
emotional
memory
technique,
I
slip
out
of
my
character.
For
that
moment,
I
am
not
thinking
about
what
the
person
in
front
of
me
is
saying…I
am
thinking
about
what
had
happened
to
me
in
the
past
and
enacting
in
that
scene.
That’s
wrong.
I
feel
if
you
do
this,
you
are
being
dishonest
as
an
actor.
You
have
to
only
react
to
what
is
being
said
to
you
and
what
circumstances
you
have
been
put
through
in
a
particular
story
that
you
are
a
part
of
at
that
time.
So,
I
always
believe
in
circumstantial
reactions.
But
I
do
tend
to
get
surprised
by
how
could
I
react
like
this.
If
I
use
emotional
memory
then
I
will
react
the
way
like
I
had
reacted
to
any
past
trauma
that
had
happened.
Then,
there
will
be
no
newness
to
it
because
I
will
remember
the
past
experience
and
the
reaction
would
be
the
same
as
what
had
happened
a
few
years
back
while
I
was
facing
that
circumstance.
So,
I
have
to
imagine
myself
in
a
new
universe
where
I
am
faced
with
these
new
circumstances…where
my
character
(Aditya)
is
forced
to
do
a
marriage
with
a
girl.
So
now,
here
when
I
am
reacting,
how
can
I
make
use
of
emotional
memory?
Because
in
my
personal
life,
I
have
never
been
forced
to
do
a
marriage
at
gunpoint.
Also,
if
I
enact
here
thinking
about
breakup
with
my
girlfriend
in
the
past
then
I
am
being
dishonest
as
an
actor.
That’s
a
fake
emotion.
So,
emotional
memory
technique
doesn’t
work
for
me.
I
feel
that
actors
shouldn’t
be
using
it
as
well
but
then
that’s
each
to
his
own,
whatever
works
for
anybody.

But
I
feel
when
I
am
using
emotional
memory,
it’s
dishonest.
The
performance
becomes
dishonest.
I
have
to
react
to
circumstances
that
I
am
put
into
by
the
writer.
If
the
writer
tells
me
that
yeh
hua
hai
tumhare
saath
‘,
so
I
am
Gashmeer
Mahajani
and
now,
I
am
a
journalist.
They
call
me
Aditya
Kumar
Tripathi.
But
the
fact
is
that,
I
am
Gashmeer
Mahajani.
But
I
have
to
start
believing
that
I
am
a
journalist.
Okay
so,
I
am
a
journalist
so
I
will
research
a
bit
about
journalism,
a
few
basic
traits
and
information
about
the
profession.
Then,
you
will
tell
me
that
my
character
is
married
to
a
girl
at
a
gunpoint.
Now,
I
have
to
only
react
to
this
circumstance.
I
cannot
search
for
any
emotional
memory
for
that.
I
have
to
think
like,
I
am
Gashmeer
Mahajani
but
now
I
am
a
journalist
who
has
been
forcibly
married
at
gunpoint.
The
reaction
which
will
stem
from
this
circumstance
will
be
fresh,
genuine
and
honest.
So,
I
don’t
use
emotional
memory
at
all.
I
react
to
only
circumstances
and
that’s
where
you
get
surprises
because
you
are
reacting
to
a
new
circumstance
which
has
not
happened
in
your
life.
Suddenly,
you
only
end
up
surprising
yourself
that
Arey
baap
re
,
how
could
I
react
like
this!”
That’s
how
I
ended
up
reacting.
So,
I
do
get
that.

See
in
films,
you
know
how
it’s
going
to
start
and
end.
So
if
there
are
say
around
eight
set
of
circumstances,
twists
and
turns
and
plot
points
where
you
need
to
react,
you
know
them
beforehand.
But
in
daily
soaps,
new
circumstances
are
added
every
day
and
sometimes
they
are
very
unbelievable
ones…like
something
which
never
happens
in
real
life.
But
it’s
added
to
create
drama.
So,
it
becomes
traumatic
to
genuinely
react
to
them
because
you
have
to
really
believe
that
it’s
happening.
I
have
to
genuinely
react
to
it
with
depth.
It’s
a
very
taxing
task.
But
I
feel
that’s
my
tenacity
as
an
actor.
It’s
a
good
practice
before
I
move
on
to
bigger
and
better
projects.
But
this
ends
up
annoying
a
lot
of
people
around
because
they
think
Yeh
apne
jaise
hi
karta
hai
.’
(laughs).
But
anyway,
it’s
okay.

'I Have Struggled, Fought And Gone Through Extreme Trauma To Maintain Aditya's Integrity'

‘I
Have
Struggled,
Fought
And
Gone
Through
Extreme
Trauma
To
Maintain
Aditya’s
Integrity’


Q.
Gashmeer
in
your
last
Instagram
live
session
which
you
did
from
the
sets
of

Imlie
,
you
had
mentioned
something
which
actually
caught
my
attention.
You
said
that
in
the
upcoming
track,
your
character
Aditya
will
behave
in
a
certain
way
because
of
which
people
may
or
may
not
like
him.
See
what
I
will
be
pointing
now
is
my
personal
observation
of
your
character.
When
I
look
at

Imlie

from
my
perspective,
it’s
not
a
show
about
a
forced
marriage.
Instead,
I
see
it
as
a
story
of
three
characters
who
will
be
going
through
their
respective
journeys
wherein
they
will
be
making
mistakes
and
learning
from
them.
One
of
the
biggest
reasons
which
drew
me
to
the
show
was
Aditya
Kumar
Tripathi
which
I
felt
is
one
of
the
most
well-written
flawed
characters
on
Indian
television
right
from
the
way
it
was
fleshed
and
how
you
brought
it
to
life.


Like
I
said,

Imlie

is
a
character
based
show
and
when
you
have
something
like
this,
there
are
four
elements
to
it.
First
you
give
a
backstory
to
the
character,
then
you
give
it
a
conflict
followed
by
a
clear
point
of
view
and
finally,
you
respect
the
character’s
integrity.
Now,
your
character
has
gone
through
all
these
stages.
In
the
initial
episodes,
we
saw
his
backstory,
then
there
was
a
point
of
conflict
where
Aditya
was
confused
between
his
love
for
Imlie
and
Malini,
then
there
was
a
clear
point
of
view
(realization
track)
followed
by
the
respect
to
the
character’s
integrity.
Now
my
question
to
you
is
how
can
I
invest
in
a
performance
when
the
character’s
traits
go
off
the
track?
To
be
more
specific,
if
I
have
to
define
Aditya,
I
will
say
that
he
is
a
man
of
principle.
He
is
impulsive.
Also,
he
is
someone
who
has
to
be
given
the
push…he
reacts
only
in
extreme
situations.
He
realizes
things
only
when
he
finds
himself
in
extreme
situations.
However
recently
on
the
show,
there
were
a
lot
of
instances
where
I
felt
that
Aditya’s
actions
were
not
matching
with
his
traits…there
were
places
where
I
felt
the
script
was
going
off
the
track.


I
remember
there
was
one
scene
which
I
found
a
little
difficult
to
connect
with.
It
was
the
scene
where
Aditya
records
a
video
message
for
Imlie.
In
that
scene,
your
character
is
talking
about
how
in
order
to
be
a
good
journalist,
one
needs
to
keep
the
truth
above
all
relationships
and
how
he
is
lately
unable
to
figure
out
what’s
going
in
Imlie’s
mind.
Now
if
I
go
back
a
few
episodes,
there
was
a
confrontation
scene
between
you
and
Imlie
after
Satyakam
enters
the
house
post
him
trying
to
kill
you.
There,
you
are
speaking
to
her
and
she’s
like
if
Satyakam
has
to
be
punished
then
even
Malini
needs
to
be
punished.
When
I
see
that
scene
for
me
there,
Imlie’s
character
is
keeping
the
truth
above
all
her
relationships.
Secondly,
she
has
always
been
clear
about
her
thoughts.
In
fact,
if
you
remember
there’s
a
scene
post
Malini-Adi’s
bike
ride
wherein
Imlie
comes
to
you
and
warns
you
for
the
first
time
that
Malini
didi
badal
gayi
hai
.’ Your
character
instead
brushes
her
off
and
calls
her
‘immature.’
Now,
the
whole
track
is
focusing
on
the
cracks
and
the
lack
of
trust
in
their
relationship.
According
to
Imlie,
kuch
cheezein
logic
pe
nahin
vishwas
pe
chalat
hai
‘…that’s
the
whole
idea
of
relationship
for
her.
I
just
felt
that
the
makers
couldn’t
give
a
valid
reason
for
Aditya
to
brush
off
Imlie’s
concerns
regarding
Malini.
Now
what
happens
is
because
of
all
this,
it
becomes
difficult
for
me
to
enjoy
your
performance
because
when
I
see
your
character,
I
am
unsure
about
the
reason
behind
his
actions.
I’m
like
Arey
yeh
toh
uska
character
trait
hain
hi
nahin.
.’which
kind
of
disconnects
me
as
an
audience…I
have
no
problems
with
Aditya
behaving
in
a
right
or
wrong
manner.
That’s
the
reason
why
he
is
a
flawed
character.
If
he
would
have
done
everything
right
then
he
would
have
not
been
a
flawed
character.
In
this
case,
it’s
not
about
right
or
wrong,
it’s
about
his
traits
going
off
the
track…


A.

Basically
that’s
the
makers’
issue.
The
problem
is
that
the
subject
which
has
been
chosen
is
based
on
a
Bengali
show
(Ishti
Kutum
).
Those
people
are
extremely
sensitive
and
very
deep.
I
don’t
believe
that
we
have
the
capacity
of
carrying
the
show
of
this
magnitude
in
the
same
sensitivity
and
the
depth
which
those
guys
create.
We
are
far
behind
them.
That
depth
has
to
come
in
the
writing.
The
maturity
has
to
come
in
the
writing
where
a
character’s
integrity
is
not
hurt.
Here
firstly,
the
time
is
not
permitting
the
writers
to
do
that
because
they
have
to
deliver
on
a
daily
basis
where
they
have
to
make
sure
that
another
episode
is
shot
and
aired
within
a
day’s
time.
That’s
what
happens.
So
as
an
actor,
I
try
to
maintain
the
character’s
integrity
through
improvisations
and
my
performance.

Now
speaking
about
that
video
recording
shot
which
you
mentioned,
I
will
tell
you
what
thoughts
I
had
kept
in
my
mind
while
shooting
that
scene.
I
realized
that
in
the
written
material,
there
was
no
thinking
about
the
entire
process
of
the
last
11
months.
It
was
just
superficially
written
that
Woh
ab
believe
nahin
karta.’
Bas
khatam.
‘Woh
Malini
aisa
kar
sakti
hai
believe
hi
nahin
karta’

Only
that
much
was
written.

Uss
se
jyaada
woh
kyun
nahin
karta
kyaa
nahin
karta,

nothing
was
mentioned.

Bas
ek
line
mein
bol
dete
hai
ki
Malini
ne
aisa
kaha
toh
isliye
woh
usko
believe
karta
hai.

This
can’t
happen
like
this.
So,
there
has
to
be
depth
in
the
writing.
There
has
been
a
thought
about
from
where
that
character
is
coming
and
that
it
can’t
react
like
this
until
a
valid
reason
is
given.

I
had
improvised
all
the
lines
in
that
video
recording
scene.
It
wasn’t
written
in
the
script.
I
had
improvised
those
lines
which
talked
about
how
a
journalist
keeps
all
his
personal
things
aside.
Now,
Imlie
says
Malini
also
needs
to
go
to
the
jail.
That’s
why
I
had
added
those
lines
that
Patrakaar
ko
emotions
side
mein
rakhne
hote
hai
aur
facts
pe
dhyan
dena
hota
hai
.’
I
had
also
improvised
another
scene
with
Imlie
which
wasn’t
written.
Imlie
is
seen
saying,
Malini
didi
ko
jail
bhej
do
toh
main
Satyakam
kahan
chupa
hai
bata
dungi.

There,
Aditya
tells
her
that
Satyakam
had
openly
shot
at
him
and
accepted
his
crime.
He
says
to
her
that
he
is
both
a
victim
and
the
witness.
He
says,
Tumhe
sirf
Satyakam
ne
bola
jo
khud
ek
mujarim
hai
aur
bhaag
raha
hai.
Usne
bola
ki
ek
mahila
ne
hume
phone
kiya.

So,
it’s
Imlie’s
assumption
that
it’s
Malini.
So,
I
have
always
kept
that
Ho
sakta
hai
agar
Malini
ne
bola
bhi
ho,
aapke
paas
usko
jail
mein
dalne
ke
liya
proof
hai
kya
koi
?
Can
you
prove
the
point
that
it
was
done
by
Malini?
So,
the
first
right
thing
to
do
is
to
put
Satyakam
in
jail
because
he
is
openly
the
culprit.
I
had
even
improvised
a
scene
where
Aditya
is
seen
blasting
Satyakam
and
another
one
with
Amma
(Mithi)
where
my
character
tells
her,
Bhale
Malini
ne
bola
ho
lekin
kal
ko
agar
Malini
aakar
mujhse
kahegi
ki
Imlie
apke
saath
dhoka
kar
rahi
hai
aur
main
bagair
puche,
bagair
jaane
seedha
bandook
nikal
ke
usse
goli
mar
deta
toh
aap
Malini
ko
doshi
tharaogey
ki
mujhe
tharaogey
?’
Who
will
the
culprit?
I
will
be
the
culprit
because
I
took
out
the
gun
without
thinking.
It’s
an
extreme
thing
to
do.

You
have
a
man
who
has
also
supported
you,
he
has
always
written
nice
things
about
you
in
the
paper
and
got
you
off
the
hook
from
the
government.
The
government
is
searching
for
you,

aap
baaghi
ho
.
He
has
written
good
things
about
you
and
fought
with
the
government
to
get
you
off
the
hook.
He
has
accepted
your
daughter
and
is
saying
that
he
will
always
stay
with
her.

Uske
baad
ek
random
aurat
aapko
phone
karke
bolti
hai
ki
woh
dhoka
kar
raha
hai
aur
aap
seedha
bandook
nikal
kar
bagair
puche
goli
chala
lete
ho.

There,
the
biggest
culprit
is
Satyakam.
After
that,
you
come
and
tell
Malini
didi
ne
kiya
hai
.’
But
what’s
the
proof?
Even
if
Malini
has
done
it,
Imlie
first
needs
to
search
for
the
proof.
Only
then,
he
can
put
her
in
jail.
But
that
doesn’t
mean
she
should
help
Satyakam
in
absconding.
Let
him
serve
his
term.
Let
him
be
punished
for
the
crime
which
he
has
committed
and
openly
admitted
as
well.
He
is
the
primary
culprit
over
here.
Now,
who
has
instigated
him
or
told
him
things,
that
has
to
be
figured
out
later
on.
You
have
to
gather
proof
and
facts
for
it
and
after
that
you
have
to
file
a
case
against
her.
You
can’t
randomly
tell
the
police
that
Malini
has
done
it.
Then
on
what
basis
will
the
cops
arrest
her?
What
are
the
facts?
So,
I
had
improvised
all
those
lines
there.

Now
our
audience
knows
what
Imlie
knows
but
Aditya
doesn’t.
So,
he
will
ask
for
facts.
Aditya
knows
that
Satyakam
had
pulled
the
trigger
at
him.
So,
he
will
always
ask
for
Satyakam
to
be
jailed
first.
That’s
the
right
thing
to
do.
After
that,
we
will
gather
proofs
about
who
misguided
and
misled
him
and
take
action
against
that
person.
You
just
can’t
randomly
ask
Malini
to
be
put
in
the
jail.
Where’s
the
proof
that
she
called?
Even
if
she
had
called
him,
she
had
just
said
a
few
words
that
he
isn’t
in
love
with
your
daughter;
he
is
in
love
with
me.
For
that,
you
will
pick
up
the
gun?
What
message
are
you
giving
to
the
public?
There
was
a
line
where
Imlie
says
humare
dadda
ne
wohi
kiya
jo
ek
normal
ladki
ke
papa
karte.”
There
too,
I
had
improvised
a
line,
Kaunsi
normal
ladki
ke
papa
aise
karte
hai.
Ki
damad
uske
beti
se
pyaar
nahi
karta
toh
seedha
bandook
leke
goli
chala
lenge?

This
is
not
a
normal
reaction.
What
Satyakam
had
done
was
absolutely
abnormal.
He
had
taken
the
law
in
his
hands
for
which
he
needs
to
be
punished.
That
was
Aditya’s
take
and
that’s
why
in
his
video
recording,
he
tells
Imlie
that
you
need
to
keep
your
personal
relationships
aside
when
you
are
a
journalist.
If
you
have
to
be
a
journalist,
you
have
to
deal
with
facts.
If
the
facts
are
not
available,
you
make
it
your
mission
to
find
the
facts
and
proofs
and
after
that,
you
take
action.
So,
that
was
the
whole
graph
for
Aditya.

Now
the
problem
with
the
Indian
television
audience
is
that
they
are
in
the
living
room
every
day
so
they
start
treating
these
characters
as
real
people.
They
need
to
accept
that
these
characters
aren’t
real.
In
a
story
if
a
character
has
to
believe
something
then
he
is
going
to
believe
it.
So,
they
can’t
say
that
Aditya
aise
kaise
kar
sakta
hai.
Arey
usne
kar
diya
bhai.
Woh
story
ka
hissa
hai
.’
(laughs)
If
they
say

Gashmeer
aise
kaise
kar
sakta
hai
toh
theek
hai
woh
aisa
nahi
kar
sakta.

But,
Aditya
is
not
a
living
man.
He
is
a
figment
of
imagination.
So,
he
will
only
react
as
per
what’s
written
for
him
in
the
script.
Now,
the
audience
knows
Imlie
is
right
about
Malini
calling
up
Satyakam
because
that
scene
was
shown
to
them.
But
Aditya
has
not
seen
that!
So,
how
can
he
ask
for
Malini
to
be
jailed
until
he
collects
some
proof?
But
Aditya
has
seen
Satyakam
shooting
at
him.

Ek
choti
se
baat
pe
usne
seedhe
goli
chali
de,
jaan
se
maarne
ki
koshish
ki.

Then,
how
will
he
put
Malini
in
jail
and
let
Satyakam
go
scott-free?
One
needs
to
understand
that.
But
what
happens
in
Indian
television
dramas,
you
are
so
used
to
seeing
a
guy
who
is
Ram
and
the
heroine
is
Sita.
Aditya
is
a
tactical
guy
but
at
the
same
time,
he
is
also
very
impulsive.

In
the
ongoing
track,
Imlie
had
showed
him
the
proof
against
Malini.
From
hereon,
I
don’t
know
how
much
of
my
improvisations
would
be
retained
in
the
final
cut
but
I
try
to
justify
my
character
maximum
through
improvisations
when
I
am
performing
my
scenes.
Now,
after
getting
proof
against
Malini,
she
should
be
jailed
right?
But
always
remember
that
for
a
man
or
any
woman
for
that
matter,
I
am
a
father
of
a
two
and
a
half
year
old
kid
so
any
bachelor
will
not
identify
with
the
feeling
that
I
would
identify
with.
When
a
child
comes
into
the
picture,
then

sab
kuch
usse
bacche
ki
liye
ho
jaata
hai
.
In
my
forthcoming
scenes,
I
have
justified
that
we
can’t
send
Malini
to
jail
because
we
have
learnt
that
she
is
pregnant.

Sab
facts
theek
hai
but
hai
toh
woh
insaan
naa?

Aditya
ek
patrakar
hai
woh
theek
hai
lekin
personal
level
pe
itni
badi
cheez
ho
gayi,
kaise
bhi
hua
ho
haadse
se
hua
ho
yaa
dhoke
se
hua
ho
,
but
now
she
is
pregnant
with
his
kid.
He
can’t
send
a
pregnant
woman
to
jail!
He
can’t
have
his
kid
being
delivered
while
his
mother
is
serving
a
term
for
rape.
He
can’t
do
that
to
the
kid.
So,
his
decision
is
for
the
kid.
It’s
not
for
Malini,
Imlie
or
any
one
else.
It’s
because
there’s
a
kid
on
the
way.
So,
any
man
or
woman
will
always
think
about
the
kid

ki
yaar
ab
yeh
baccha
aa
raha
hai.
Ab
yeh
kaise
hua,
kya
hua
woh
sab
ke
baare
mein
sochne
se
pehle
usse
bacche
ke
baare
mein
sochna
hai.

He
can’t
bring
the
kid
in
such
an
environment
where
people
are
filing
court
cases
on
each
other,
fighting
and
hating
each
other.
Should
he
allow
the
kid
to
be
born
in
an
environment
where
his
mother
has
been
thrown
into
the
jail?
You
tell
me
which
guy
will
behave
like
this.

‘Nahin
nahin
hum
patrakar
hai
toh
isko
jail
mein
bhej
do.
Pregnant
hai
toh
hai
pregnant
hai.
Bacche
ka
kya
hoga
dekh
lenge.’

Only
a
sick-minded
guy
can
think
like
this.
No
human
being
will
behave
like
this.
Jab
baat
bacche
ki
aati
hai
toh
insaan
ka
duniya
ko
dekhna
ka
nazariya
badal
jaata
hai’
.
So
whatever
Aditya
will
be
doing
from
hereon,
it
will
be
for
the
kid
even
if
he
takes
care
of
Malini.

In
art
they
say
that
it
is
a
two
way
thing.

Ek
artist
jo
paint
karta
hai
woh
society
ka
reflection
hota
hai
aur
society
ke
taste
ke
hisaab
se
bhi
painting
hoti
hai
.
It’s
painted
as
per
their
understanding
as
well.
So,
is
our
audience
mature
enough
to
understand
all
this?
Do
they
understand
that
such
complex
emotions
also
exist
in
humans?
Every
thing
can’t
be
black
and
white.

Chalo
proof
de
diya
usko
jail
mein
daalo
.
Arey,
she
is
expecting
a
child.
A
man
will
always
think
about
his
kid
at
that
time.
He
may
be
a
cop,
a
journalist,
a
minister
or
anybody.
Even
a
man
in
an
extremely
powerful
position
also.
He
will
think
about
the
kid
and
step
behind
saying
this
is
not
right
for
the
kid
so
I
won’t
do
it.
Only
a
sick-minded
and
perverted
man
will
not
think
about
his
kids.
Are
you
understanding?
So,
yeh
cheez
maine
sirf
Aditya
ki
rakhi
hai
ki
Anu
ne
bola
usko
ki
nahin
sab
maine
kiya
tha,
Malini
ne
kuch
nahi
kiya
tha
usko
to
maine
nasha
karwaya
tha
.

Woh
video
delete
karta
hai
aur
court
mein
Malini
ko
jail
mein
jaane
nahi
deta
hai.
Anu
ne
aisa
bola
woh
bol
raha
hai
upar
se.
If
you
watch
that
scene,
you
will
realize
that
he
says
that
dryly.
But

uski
woh
mental
state
nahi
hai
us
waqt.

Imagine
what
all
has
happened
with
Aditya!
If
there’s
no
depth
in
the
writing,
the
audience
too
lacks
a
depth
somewhere
naa.
The
problem
begins
from
there.
Everytime
the
writing
is
not
at
the
fault.
Also,
if
the
writing
lacks
a
depth,
it’s
because
the
audience
also
lacks
a
depth.
They
fail
to
understand
complex
emotions.
A
man
is
standing
up
and
saying
that

‘Anu
ne
mujhse
kaha
tha
usne
kiya
thha
Malini
ne
kuch
nahi
kiya
thha
toh
ab
hum
usko
jail
mein
nahi
dal
sakte.’

Now
understand
Aditya’s
plight!
He
was
forced
into
a
marriage
at
gunpoint,
he
was
in
a
seven-year
relationship
with
a
friend
(Malini)
who
is
an
emotional
blackmailer.

Usko
jab
koi
bhi
cheez
sunni
nahi
hoti
hai
aur
woh
usko
batata
hai
toh
woh
faint
jo
jaati
hai
aur
hospital
pahuch
jaati
hai.

In
a
way,
yeh
saat
saal
mein
bhi
chalta
raha
hoga
naa
uske
saath
even
before
he
got
married
to
her?
People
say
tumne
Malini
phasa
diya,
phasa
diya
.’
Arey,
he
had
tried
to
tell
the
truth
to
Malini
before
their
marriage.
In
fact,
he
had
even
told
her
the
truth
but
she
fainted
and
landed
up
in
the
hospital.
So,
that
character
must
have
been
doing
that
with
him
for
the
last
seven
years
as
well.
Whenever
he
tells
her
what
she
doesn’t
want
to
hear,
she
faints
and
ends
up
in
the
hospital.
That’s
a
kind
of
emotional
blackmail
only
naa.
At
the
end
of
it
when
he
realizes
that
now
he
is
in
love
with
Imlie
and
this
can’t
go
on,
he
tells
her
the
truth.
But
she
cuts
her
wrists.
Is
this
the
right
thing
to
do?

Matlab
aap
kya
message
de
rahe
ho
ki
aap
ka
kal
ek
saat
saal,
eight
saal
yaa
dus
saal
ka
relationship
workout
nahi
ho
raha
toh
aap
apni
wrist
kaat
lo
aur
suicide
kar
lo
?
No,
that’s
not
the
right
way
to
do
it.
So,
Aditya
is
a
victim
of
emotional
blackmail.
He
has
been
a
victim
of
forced
marriage.
He
was
intoxicated
and
raped.
After
that
now
he
has
realized,
that
woman
has
conceived
and
he
has
a
kid
on
the
way.
After
being
a
victim
to
so
many
things,
should
he
try
and
destroy
the
kid’s
life
or
should
he
not?
He
shouldn’t
destroy
the
kid’s
life
naa.
His
life
is
already
screwed
up
entirely.
On
what
basis
or
grounds
will
he
destroy
the
kid’s
life?
So,
he
will
at
least
try
to
save
the
kid’s
life
and
he
won’t
take
a
drastic
step
even
though
he
has
the
evidence
that
Malini
has
done
something
wrong.
He
will
not
put
her
in
jail
because
she’s
pregnant
with
his
kid.
And
the
only
human
thing
to
do
at
that
time
is
to
think
about
the
kid
and
that’s
why
he
deletes
the
video.
Then
he
gives
complete
charge
to
Imlie
that
you
take
all
the
calls
whether
you
want
to
stay
with
me,
you
want
me
out
of
the
house.
Whatever
will
happen
will
happen
as
per
your
decision.
But
I
won’t
let
anything
wrong
happen
with
the
kid.
Now,
I
have
to
think
about
the
kid
also.
So,
I
have
to
take
care
of
that
as
well
and
I
can’t
put
the
mother
of
my
child
in
jail
even
if
I
have
been
conned
and
made
to
sleep
with
her.
Still
she’s
pregnant
and
there’s
a
kid
on
the
way,
I
can’t
put
her
in
jail
because
of
the
child.


So
yeh
jo
gehariyee
hai,
yeh
samaj
ne
ki
gehariyee
toh
humare
audience
mein
bhi
nahi
hai.

The
other
side
to
it
is
in
order
to
understand
this,
it
has
to
be
written
in
a
certain
way
with
a
certain
amount
of
depth.
It
has
to
be
shot
with
a
certain
depth.
That
also
isn’t
happening.
What
I
am
trying
to
tell
you
is
that
it’s
a
two
way
thing.
In
order
for
the
makers
to
be
mature,
the
audience
too
needs
to
be
mature
and
vice
versa.
Both
the
tides
are
not
working
towards
maturity.
It’s
still
yeh
ho
gaya
hai
woh
kar
do,
woh
ho
gaya
hai
yeh
kar
do.
So
as
an
actor,
all
I
can
do
is
try
to
maintain
the
integrity
of
my
character
through
my
emotions,
slight
improvisations
in
my
lines,
voice
modulation
and
body
language,
which
I
am
doing.
That’s
the
farthest
I
can
go.
After
that
the
next
step
would
be
to
just
say
that
‘Bhaiyya,
I
can’t
continue
this
any
more’
which
I
obviously
won’t
do
because
you
have
a
challenge
and
you
want
to
go
ahead
with
it.
But
all
these
factors
have
been
imbibed
by
me
in
the
character.
These
are
not
written
factors.

Even
in
the
upcoming
scenes,
I
don’t
known
if
they
will
retain
it
or
not.
But
from
my
end,
I
have
struggled,
fought
and
gone
through
extreme
trauma
to
maintain
the
integrity
of
Aditya
and
I
will
continue
doing
that
as
long
as
I
am
there
on
the
show.
So,
it’s
a
very
sensitive
and
deep
topic.
It
can’t
be
handled
frivolously.
There’s
a
lot
of
frivolity
which
happens
because
of
which
the
audience
gets
turned
off.
Slight,
slight
justifications
which
could
be
given
are
not
given.
There’s
no
depth.
There’s
no
scene
like
that.
Now,
I
can’t
go,
write
the
entire
scene
and
make
them
shoot
it.
See
now,
I
have
explained
the
whole
graph
of
Aditya.
Now,
when
I
explain
this
to
you
like
this,
you
will
start
connecting
with
him.
But
that
has
to
come
in
the
scenes
naa.
They
need
to
be
particularly
crafted
like
that
naa.
All
I
can
do
is
put
that
integrity
across
through
my
lines.
But
I
can’t
write
a
new
scene
and
make
them
shoot
it
ki
sab
actors
ko
bulao
aur
yeh
bhi
scene
shoot
karo.
That’s
not
my
job
description
also.
I
am
not
the
writer
or
the
maker
of
the
show.
That’s
what
the
makers
have
to
take
care
of.
But
that
much
depth
needs
to
be
there
naa.
It’s
the
matter
of
depth.
The
subject
is
such
that
it
requires
a
lot
of
maturity,
care,
sensitivity
and
depth
to
deal
with
it
in
the
long
run.
So,

usme
toh
main
kuch
nahi
kar
sakta.
Usme
toh
main
kya
karoon
?
Then,
I
should
have
been
the
maker
of
the
show
(laughs).
As
an
actor,
main
sirf
apne
scenes
mein
apna
joh
meri
boundaries
rakh
ke
mujhe
diya
gaya
hai,
usmein
main
jitna
add
kar
sakta
hoon
woh
main
karta
hoon.
I
try
to
do
these
minor,
minor
fine
nuances.
woh
audience
ko
kaha
tak
samaj
mein
aati
hain
pata
nahin
because
those
nuances
get
edited.
But
the
trick
is
‘Bhaiyya,
I
have
to
keep
trying
and
adding
nuances.’
So,
it’s
a
very
traumatic
thing
to
do.
It
becomes
very
difficult
for
me
at
times.
But
still,
I
will
be
maintaining
that.

In
the
upcoming
episodes,
you
will
see
that
he
(Adi)
will
keep
saying
that
whatever
is
there,
there’s
going
to
happen
for
the
kid.
He
will
apologize
to
Imlie
for
deleting
the
video
because
of
which
she
lost
the
case
and
everything.
But
whatever
he
did,
he
did
it
for
the
kid.
I
cannot
let
the
kid
come
into
a
world
where
people
from
one
family
are
about
to
slit
each
other’s
throats
and
put
each
other
in
jail.
I
can’t
let
the
kid
arrive
into
this
kind
of
world.
I
have
to
change
the
world
for
him/her.
You
know
there’s
this
debate
that
why
there’s
no
human
touch
in
Satyakam’s
case.
Arey,
that
guy
had
done
a
grave
crime
of
trying
to
kill
Aditya
and
that
too
only
because
of
a
call
by
a
random
woman.
Practically,
he
is
acting
like
an
animal.
How
you
can
show
a
human
touch
to
that?
He
has
to
be
put
into
the
jail.
But
I
(Adi)
can’t
put
a
pregnant
woman
into
jail
who
is
going
to
be
a
mother
of
his
kid.
So,

wahan
pe
human
element
aayega
hi
aayega

whether
it’s
a
man
or
a
woman
who
was
happens
to
be
pregnant.
The
latter
can’t
be
put
into
the
jail
unless
she
is
a
threat
to
the
kid’s
life.
So,
that’s
Aditya’s
graph
right
now.

So
ab
woh
dil
ko
chhune
ke
liye,
woh
mera
jitna
main
perform
karke
uske
jyaada
se
jyaada
aapke
dil
ke
kareeb
le
saku
utna
main
lane
ki
koshish
karta
hoon
lekin
isko
aage
main
nahi
kar
sakta
hoon.

Thereafter
it
has
to
be
present
in
the
material.

Agar
woh
material
off
track
jaye
yaa
uski
geharayee
ko
bahar
na
laaye,
usmein
main
kya
kar
sakta
hoon.

My
hands
are
tied.
I
can
only
improvise
lines
and
change
my
body
language
to
convey
the
reason
why
I
am
behaving
in
a
certain
way.
I
can’t
go
beyond
that
and
change
the
material
and
write
fresh
things
for
him.
I
can’t
do
that.
That’s
the
problem.

'My Focus Is That You Get A Few Good Scenes From Me & Whatever The Storyline Might Be Whether You Like It Or Don't Like It, You'll End Up Saying That This Guy Is Genuinely Working Hard'

‘My
Focus
Is
That
You
Get
A
Few
Good
Scenes
From
Me
&
Whatever
The
Storyline
Might
Be
Whether
You
Like
It
Or
Don’t
Like
It,
You’ll
End
Up
Saying
That
This
Guy
Is
Genuinely
Working
Hard’


Q.
After
completing
around
11
months
in
the
television
industry,
Gashmeer
do
you
think
this
medium
still
has
a
very
long
way
to
go
when
it
comes
to
content?
After
all
creativity
thrives
only
where
there
is
respect
for
the
medium
and
the
art.
Do
you
think
TV
shows
are
all
about
ratings?
Also,
honestly
what
do
you
think
about
this
culture
where
the
makers
sometimes
don’t
take
the
medium
seriously.
I
personally
feel
TV
has
a
better
reach
than
films.
The
audience
which
you
garner
here
is
very
loyal
as
compared
to
movies.
You
will
watch
a
film
for
3
hours
and
then
you
might
have
that
material
in
your
head
for
say
around
48
hours
and
then,
it
might
just
evaporate
from
your
minds.
But
when
it
comes
to
TV,
you
are
being
watched
20
minutes
every
day
around
the
year.
So,
there’s
a
greater
connectivity.
Also,
I
feel
the
audience
generally
focuses
more
on
the
lead
pair
rather
than
on
the
story
and
that’s
because
of
the
frivolous
story
and
the
way
makers
percieve
this
medium.
What’s
your
take
on
this
because
you
are
planning
to
venture
into
production
in
the
future?


A.

I
can
function
in
a
particular
way
when
I
am
doing
the
show
as
a
maker.
I
cannot
function
in
that
way
when
I
am
doing
it
only
as
the
capacity
as
an
actor.
Secondly,
it’s
a
TRP
game.
There’s
no
denying
that
thought.
So,
I
will
tell
you,
everybody
has
his
or
her
own
reasons
to
make
or
be
a
part
of
a
particular
show.
I
joined

Imlie

because
I
was
out
of
cash.
I
was
running
out
of
money
because
of
the
lockdown.
Otherwise,
I
would
never
have
had
the
opportunity
to
take
up
television.
Back
then,
there
was
no
work
in
any
other
medium.
This
was
the
only
medium.
I
found
the
story
decent
and
thought
that
it
would
be
fun
to
take
this
up.
So,
I
took
up
the
show
clearly
for
financial
reasons.
But
the
idea
was
that
agar
main
kar
hi
raha
hoon
kaam
toh
main
dhang
ka
karunga.
So,
my
mission
was
and
still
is
that
whatever
happens
with
the
show,
obviously
I
will
bother
about
the
show
also
as
I
want
it
to
do
well
for
a
longer
period
of
time.
But
when
things
go
out
of
my
hand
and
I
am
not
in
control
of
everything,
so
then
I
am
in
control
of
only
my
performance.
So
my
idea
behind
this
is
that
I
get
paid
and
secondly
when
anybody
sees
it,
they
should
get
the
right
intentions
ki
baaki
sab
chhodo
yeh
banda
accha
kaam
karta
hai.

Yeh
bahut
genuinely
kaam
karta.
Baaki
kya
chal
raha
hai,
kis
cheez
ko
logic
hai
ki
nahi
woh
sab
bhool
jao
bas
iska
kaam
dekho
kyunki
yeh
woh
bahut
badhiya
kar
raha
hai
.
That’s
the
only
mission
which
I
have
now.

I
will
just
stay
connected
with
my
character
and
try
and
make
him
as
relatable
as
possible
and
maintain
his
integrity
and
soul
intact
with
the
tools
which
I
have.
My
tools
are
only
my
performance
and
the
improvisations
which
I
do.
Beyond
that
the
storyline
and
where
they
want
to
take
it
and
how
they
want
to
take
it,
I
don’t
have
those
tools
with
me.
I
can’t
control
those
tools.
The
reason
why
makers
are
doing
the
show
is
none
of
my
concern.
I
cannot
judge
them
for
that.
They
have
their
own
right
reasons
to
do
a
particular
show
because
they
also
are
answerable
to
a
few
people
who
are
sitting
above
them.
So,
that’s
their
prerogative.
They
are
doing
it
for
their
reasons
and
I
am
doing
it
for
mine.
So,
they
are
not
judging
me
and
I
am
not
judging
them.
They
are
just
trying
to
do
the
best
in
the
given
setup.
That’s
the
whole
idea.
But
my
focus
is
that
at
the
end
of
it,
you
get
a
few
good
scenes
from
me
and
whatever
the
storyline
might
be
whether
you
like
it
or
don’t
like
it,
you
will
end
up
saying
that
this
guy
is
genuinely
working
hard.
If
I
achieve
at
least
that,
that’s
more
than
enough
for
me
because
I
can’t
control
beyond
that.
I
will
have
to
make
a
show
to
control
it.
If
I
do
that
in
the
future,
then
I
can
take
care
of
those
things
and
say
that
Arey
yeh
TRP
game
hai.
Isme
mujhe
yeh
karna
hai
woh
karna
hai.
” I
cannot
comment
on
that
right
now
because
that’s
not
my
point
of
focus
and
it
doesn’t
come
in
my
job
description.
That’s
something
which
only
the
makers
can
comment
upon.

'I Don't Want Followers Because I Am On Instagram All The Time Doing Reels And Attending Promotions

‘I
Don’t
Want
Followers
Because
I
Am
On
Instagram
All
The
Time
Doing
Reels
And
Attending
Promotions


Q.
Grammy-winning
actress
Michaela
Coel
recently
said
something
which
is
very
relevant.
She
said,
“Visibility
these
days
seem
to
somehow
equate
to
success.
Do
not
be
afraid
to
disappear
from
it.
From
us.
For
a
while
and
see
what
comes
to
you
in
silence.” Now
speaking
about
you,
you
are
known
to
be
quite
low-key.
Is
that
deliberate
attempt
on
your
part?
Do
you
consciously
chose
to
stay
away
from
all
the
noise?


A.

It’s
not
deliberate.
I
am
on
your
TV
sets
every
day
naa
for
the
eleven
months.
The
idea
is
that
you
should
be
known
by
your
body
of
work.
I
always
believe
that.
And
not
because
you
are
visible
everywhere,
going
for
this
and
that
promotions.
Like
you
had
told
me
that
there
are
people
who
are
writing
about
my
work.
That
doesn’t
happen
with
Indian
television
actors.
I
get
so
many
fans
commenting
about
my
work
on
every
post
which
I
share
on
social
media.
They
write
detailed
reviews
about
what
dialogues
I
said
and
how
I
said
it
and
everything.
That
doesn’t
happen
with
other
actors.
So,
I
might
have
10
followers
and
the
other
actor
might
have
10
M
followers.
But
my
10
followers
study
my
work
and
they
react
to
it.
They
follow
my
body
of
work.
That’s
more
valuable
that
having
10
M
followers
who
will
just
watch
me
for
eye
candy
that
I
am
looking
good,
the
light
is
nicely
falling
on
my
face,
press
the
like
button
and
then
forget
about
it.
That’s
not
the
kind
of
following
that
I
want.
Over
a
period
of
time,
my
number
of
followers
will
grow
slowly.
Whoever
they
are,
they
will
be
there
because
of
the
kind
of
the
work
that
I
do.
They
will
be
genuine
followers.
They
wouldn’t
be
looking
at
me
whether
I
am
visible.
They
will
be
following
my
work
and
that’s
why
they
will
be
commenting
or
liking
on
my
posts.
So,
this
kind
of
body
of
work
and
this
kind
of
fan
base
takes
time
to
develop.
I
don’t
want
followers
because
I
am
on
Instagram
all
the
time
doing
some
reels
or
going
to
some
promotions.
And
because
of
that,
my
followers
suddenly
rise
to
1
M,
2
M
or
3
M
and
I
get
likes.

Aap
comments
dekho
jiske
Instagram
pe
4
M
followers
hai
uske
posts
pein
aapko
around
1400
comments
milege?

I
have
just
200
K
followers
but
still
you
will
see
1500-1700
comments
and
they
all
talk
about
my
work
and
not
some
random
comments
like
‘nice’,
‘aag’
etc.
A
lot
of
them
talk
about
my
work
so
then
the
interaction
is
much
higher
that
anybody
who
has
around
4
M
followers.
That’s
something
which
the
work
commands
naa.
That’s
more
valuable
and
long-lasting
than
just
being
visible
here
and
there.
So,
it’s
just
the
way
I
am.
There’s
nothing
deliberate
about
it.
It’s
just
that
I
am
doing
my
work
and
over
a
period
of
time,
log
judte
jaayege
genuinely
because
of
my
work.
These
people
will
remain
with
me
forever
and
follow
every
work
of
mine.
Even
if
they
don’t
know
Marathi,
they
will
still
watch
my
films
with
the
help
of
subtitles.
This
will
take
its
own
time.
It
takes
time
to
build
such
genuine
fan
base.
Yeh
frivolous,
general,
visible
ho
aap
toh
isliye
fans
banege
but
these
are
not
fans.
They
just
like
your
posts
on
Instagram.

'I Really Get Turn Off By Incompetent People'

‘I
Really
Get
Turn
Off
By
Incompetent
People’


Q.
Lastly
you
are
somebody
who
is
known
to
be
brutally
honest
about
what
you
speak.
Does
that
come
with
a
flipside?


A.

There
might
be,
I
don’t
know.
I
don’t
think
about
it.
It
might
be
turning
off
a
few
people.
I
might
be
facing
a
lot
of
problems
and
I
might
not
be
even
realizing
that.
Sometimes,
I
later
on
think
‘Arey
maine
interview
mein
uske
baare
mein
thoda
sa
bol
diya
tha
saccha-saccha
to
isliye
abhi
thoda
sa
he
was
rude
to
me
or
he
was
like
this
or
that
to
me.’
It
later
strikes
me
that
now
this
person
is
trying
to
push
or
press
me
down
because
I
said
something
which
he
or
she
didn’t
expect
me
to
speak.
So
that
happens
a
bit.
But
now
if
you
are
swimming
against
the
tide,
you
will
have
to
put
in
more
efforts
and
you
will
have
to
struggle
all
the
time.
Secondly,
you
can’t
make
everyone
happy.
So,
the
only
focus
should
be
towards
making
yourself
happy.
That’s
all.
So,

kyunki
woh
diplomacy
rakhke,
yeh
karke,
sabko
khush
karte
raha

is
very
difficult,
I
respect
only
good
work.
I
am
least
bothered
whether
you
are
a
good
or
a
bad
person.
If
you
are
doing
your
work
very
well
then
I
will
always
respect
you
wholeheartedly.
I
have
nothing
to
do
about
what
kind
of
a
person
you
are
in
your
personal
life.
So,
I
feel
incompetence
is
the
biggest
sin
of
all.
I
really
get
turn
off
by
incompetent
people
who
don’t
know
how
to
do
their
job
well.
If
a
person
is
not
doing
his
job,
then
I
voice
my
opinion
that
it
is
not
being
done
correctly
whether
that
voice
is
heard
or
not
heard
irrespective
of
that.
My
job
is
to
just
raise
the
voice
and
share
my
opinion.

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