Sushant Singh Rajput has dealt with many rumours about his personality and arrogance of late. However, in a recent interview, he’s taking them all head on.
“Don’t we all live subjective lives? People are constantly finding ways to explain how I’ve continued to survive in the industry. That’s their problem, not mine. I’m not trying to prove a point, I’m not in the race to be No. 1 because I have no plans of living a rat’s life.I’m not obsessed with the future and at the same time I’m neither hiding something nor trying to earn a particular reputation,” said Singh Rajput in an interview with Mumbai Mirror.
When asked about whether he’s now happy, Singh Rajput replies, “(Smiles) I made millions and became famous as an actor only to realise that this isn’t making me happy. Today I’m addicted to the “okay take!”. That’s my biggest high. As long as I can act, I’m the happiest. My mother always says, your life is a story that you tell yourself. And everyone has a different story to tell. I act in all of these stories. In some my role is chopped out, some make me the hero. Am I making sense?”
Singh Rajput will be seen next in ‘Chanda Mama Door Ke’, ‘Romeo Albert Walter’ and ‘Kedarnath’.