Popular filmmaker, comedian, host and all-rounder, Sajid Khan has for the first time opened up after being embroiled in the #MeToo scandal, which resulted him a year-long ban in the Indian film industry.
Currently in the UK for an event in Leicester, Sajid Khan told BizAsiaLive.com’s Raj Baddhan that he now thinks very carefully before speaking and that he is no longer the kind of “brash” person that he used to be.
In the exclusive interview on BizAsiaLive.com, Khan said, “I’ve been quiet since a very long time. There’s a big difference between what I used to say earlier and what I say now. I think a lot before speaking. You’ve also got to understand that earlier in my 20s and 30s and now I’m in my late 40s, I was a brash person who had no one to stop him. Then you see ups and downs in life and you do retrospection and see some things that you have said at times may have gone and hurt people. So last four/five years, I have put a lid on it.”
Khan was the original director of ‘Housefull 4’ before was ousted in the midst of the #MeToo storm last year. His ban by an Indian film body is expected to be lifted in the first week of December.
Watch the full interview exclusively below