Indian tv and movie actor Sharad Kelkar says that struggles make an actor worth their success extra, this was the case with him too. Kelkar has come a good distance in not simply his performing profession, however as a voice-over artist too, one thing he achieved after overcoming the problem of stammering, he says.
Kelkar, who turned a family title with the TV cleaning soap ‘Saat Phere’, speaks to IANSlife in an unique chat. Read on to know all he stated beneath.
Talking about his journey within the movie trade, Sharad Kelkar stated, “I’d complete ten years in the film industry, although I started my film career in 2004 when I did a Marathi film. But shifting from this to that, happened in 2012 with ‘Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ram-Leela’. It’s been a great journey, I’ve made good friends. The audience has accepted me as an actor. It’s a great achievement. Any actor strives to be accepted and appreciated for your value. Credit goes to viewers who like my work, and to luck also. I do believe in luck.”
Shedding gentle on his preliminary struggles, Sharad Kelkar stated, “Everyone has faced struggles. My initial days were full of struggles, not getting work, ‘paise nahi hai’ (there’s no money), staying with more than 12-13 people in a house. All that has been done, but anyone values their success more when they have struggled for it. For me, I think the struggle was very important. The other challenge was stammering, and somehow I managed to work on that. I’m still trying to do my best and learn without limitations.”
He continued, “My career as a voice-over artist is a tricky one, as I am unable to give it the concentration it deserves; I’m more focused on my acting career. If one is travelling in a plane with a mask on, and you call up your friends, people recognise you with your voice. It’s a great feeling when your voice doesn’t need a face. I’m not doing too many voice-overs but I’d love to.”
Talking about his latest movie Bhuj: The Pride of India, Sharad Kelkar stated, “I’m pretty overwhelmed with the response people are giving it. I’ve been trying for so many years to portray different kinds of roles, and now people are recognising me. It’s a wonderful feeling.”
He added, “‘Bhuj’ was a great experience because being part of such big war film is fantastic. When the film was announced, I think Rana Daggubati was to essay the role, but perhaps he wasn’t keeping well. So my name was suggested. It’s my first patriotic war film, and I thoroughly enjoyed it.”
Talking about his future plans, Sharad Kelkar stated, “I live in present, so there’s no future plan. Whatever you plan, somehow it goes for a toss. In early 2020, I was supposed to do a few films, which were to release in late 2020. Who would have thought? There’s no point in planning the future. Better to live in the present and enjoy what you are doing, and analyse yourself, work on your mistakes, and move forward.”
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