Ajay Devgn, who is applauded for his versatile acting talent, shared his view differentiating the time in 90s’ and present. He says:
I think every role is challenging (for me). As an actor, when you wake up in the morning and go on the sets you don’t plan your day like ‘today I am going to enter this genre.
Ajay said here at the fifth edition of CII Big Picture Summit 2016 on Tuesday.
An actor has nothing to do with genre. He becomes that character when in front of the camera and performs.
Asked if he has seen a change in the industry in his career, Ajay said:
It’s really changed. We (actors) have started taking our work very seriously and in 90’s we all were doing…We weren’t allowed shoot for more than 11 films…. There were no promotions, no vanity vans…Everything has gradually changed. It’s become more professional. I think everything has changed for the good except for one thing.
I think there was more warmth (in the industry). Everybody liked everybody. There were no problems and no issues…I miss that warmth. That’s the major change, which I see today.
On work front, Ajay has acted, directed and co-produced “Shivaay” is slated to release on October 28.