Sidharth Malhotra, who made his debut with Karan Johar’s “Student of the year”, has had one of the best entries into Bollywood. He says that success in Bollywood doesn’t stay for long and that it’s the constant effort that keeps you on the top. He also says that he never takes success for granted and that all of it can change with just one Friday.
“Acting is such a profession that you can never feel secure. Everything here is short-lived. You can never take your position for granted in the film industry. I have seen failures. Every Friday is different. Even the biggest stars feel the same. After doing half a dozen films, I have realized that the feeling on every Friday is same. I don’t make any plans about future as the good I have done in past will not keep me going for my whole life. I have a lot of gratitude for where I am today. Coming from nowhere and doing this… I think this keeps you on your feet. I am still evolving. I still have that young energy. I am still trying to push the envelope and do new things”, Sidharth told.
The 31-year old actor says that he now understands the difference between the characters off-screen and their representation on screen and that he is trying to choose different roles and be as versatile as possible with the movies he chooses.
“Choices have been dependent on content. It has always been a mix and match for me. I am trying to find out the core content. I have evolved in that respect that what may look on paper may not translate on-screen.”