Siddharth Malhotra is working in different types of films these days. While he is doing the comedy film ‘Thank God’ with Ajay Devgan, he will also be seen in a thriller ‘Mission Majnu’.
Siddharth said that he likes to do all kinds of films. He said, “I like to watch both light-hearted and action thriller films. Whether or not the producers have used my talent depends on the film-to-film and the audience. I think more attention should be paid to the story first and then if one of these falls weak on the execution then the project does not work. I am also very excited about these two films. “
Regarding his new films, he explains, “Indra Kumar (Director) Ji has made many light films earlier and now he will be seen in a completely different style with Thank God. Mission Majnu is a very inspiring story in the history of India.
Before starting work for these two films, Malhotra has also completed the rest of the film ‘Sher Shah’. Regarding working during Kovid-19, he said, “We did not go out at the extreme time of Corona lockdown but worked only while sitting at home. Luckily I did not fall prey to this virus. I always believed in a good lifestyle, a good diet and keeping my body clean but as it is being said that people should take all precautions and I am also taking care, I am not a fool. ”
2020 has been a difficult year for all and the film industry is no exception. It is not possible to complete a stalled project sitting at home.
On this whole experience, Siddharth Malhotra said, “There was a lot of confusion about how this disease is spreading. What precautions should we take? Therefore, you can say that I was also among those who were confused, nervous and were taking necessary precautions. Work comes second. Everyone’s work was affected. As far as entertainment business is concerned, a lot is yet to start again. ”
Bringing people back to theaters safely is the biggest challenge for the film industry at the moment. Malhotra said, “As a member of the film industry and as a common man, it is a matter of concern for me how to bring people safely to the theater.” I think the worst has passed and this year we hope that we will return to theaters to entertain people. “