Madhya Pradesh News Tribune

Sanjay Kapoor Remembers Being Unemployed in Bollywood for a Long Time: Got into production to provide for my family

<p>Actor Sanjay Kapoor, who has been in the entertainment industry for the last 30 years, believes that producing great work, even if it means moving more slowly, can only benefit an actor in the modern era of the internet, when there are paparazzi, fans everywhere, and continual marketing.</p>
<p>Midway through the 1990s, Sanjay Kapoor had success, saw a downturn, tried his hand at producing, and ultimately made a triumphant return with Lust Stories in 2018. In a conversation with, he discussed his professional background and how directors now see him differently.<img decoding=”async” class=”alignnone wp-image-43703″ src=”×563.jpg” alt=”” width=”1479″ height=”1110″ srcset=”×563.jpg 750w,×768.jpg 1024w,×576.jpg 768w,×113.jpg 150w, 1200w” sizes=”(max-width: 1479px) 100vw, 1479px” /></p>
<p>Sanjay Kapoor will appear in Merry Christmas after Bloody Daddy. He claims that his three decades of experience in the profession, which were full of ups and downs, have given him a feeling of groundedness in an interview with He has also learned through these years that if one is talented and persistent, their moment will come. “You can’t just give it away or lose patience and let it go. There are instances when something simply happens at the wrong time. I had a huge success with my first movie, Sirf Tum, but I didn’t sign anything else for a year after that. After that, I recorded a 30-minute episode of Lust Stories, which completely altered my life. Even when you expect things to change, sometimes it doesn’t. However, if you have the skill, success will come to you eventually.</p>
<p>When asked whether he ever got irritated with the filmmaking process, Sanjay replies. “I didn’t lack for work, but there was nothing worthwhile,” she said. Despite being pleased with my actions, I did not want to jeopardize the dignity and respect I had worked so hard to gain. I started working even though I had to manage my kitchen and provide for my family. I enjoyed production, but at the time, I didn’t sign anything I would later regret since it was all I knew. I may have made pictures that failed, but I never did something I later regretted. You have to put forth more effort when these challenges come your way. I took that action.</p>
<p>In response to the question of whether his daughter Shanaya has absorbed his knowledge, he states, “She has witnessed my path, how I have handled myself, she has been living with me from the day she was born. What purpose in explaining it if she didn’t get it from being with me. Fortunately for me, however, she made the correct decisions, recognized the nature of the business and the level of attention and commitment required.</p>
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