Shatrughan Sinha has been speaking about his career and recently acknowledged that one of his greatest regrets is not working in a Satyajit Ray film.
As reported by Indian Express, Sinha was speaking at the 4th Kolkata Literature Festival, “Few people know that I was supposed to do a film with Manikda (Satyajit Ray), but that did not happen. Soumitra Chatterjee would have been the other actor in that film.”
Sinha continue to motivate youngsters, “Though I had been copied more in regional films, his style and manners, I have never ever copied anyone.” In this competitive world prove yourself to be better than the best and that was the spirit of my biography ‘Anything But Khamosh’.”
He continued, “From Patna to Pune, from Bihar to Jai Maharashtra I had become from zero to hero. From small roles to villains to major villain roles, from parallel (film) hero to blockbuster hero I have turned impossible into possible.”
Sinha began his career by playing a military officer in ‘Prem Pujari’ (1970) and after, he played supporting roles in films such as ‘Mere Apne’ (1971).
Sinha also appeared in ‘Dost’ (1974) and ‘Kalicharan’ (1976). He also featured in a series of blockbusters with Amitabh Bachchan, including the well known ‘Naseeb’ (1981).
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