Randeep Hooda Quotes
A Bollywood hero, for most people, has been a Raj, a Rahul or a Prem... it's now a part of the psyche.
A few years ago, when I had no work and started believing that films weren't a viable career, I thought of finding another job. I started training and riding horses and got consumed by that. It was a boon in disguise.
A movie is a mass consumption product. I have got no delusions about being niche. I don't want to be niche. Though in the earlier part of my career I was into niche cinema, doing independent films - and I do have a revolutionary bent of mind - but you cannot make a change from outside; you have to be a part of it.
Approaching people for work has not worked for me. People who came to me with work has worked.
As human beings, we are all flawed. And just like there is a good side, there is also a bad side waiting to find its way out.
At the end of the day, an actor is only a cog in the wheel.
Be it Valentine's Day, Father's Day or Mother's Day, I feel all days are reminders of some feelings. February 14 doesn't hold any special relevance for me.
Being fit involves working on all aspects - your body, what you eat, and how you think. A sculpted body is not of much use if you're not there mentally. And similarly, if you're not eating well, it will affect your physical and mental set-up. After all, a six-pack might look good, but that's pretty much it!
Celebs says we have no time for love, but I wouldn't say that.
Contrary to the royal and uptight image of polo, I want to bring it to a younger generation. This is a great sport that can have a larger audience and appeal to more people. Sportsmanship is lacking in many other sports that I don't want to name.
During my theatre days, I was more comfortable doing comedy. It's such an irony. I have always played a buffoon on stage, and yet I don't have any comic role to my credit.
Every actor's deepest desire is to reach a huge audience. So, I don't look down upon commercial cinema... there's a beauty in it that you understand sooner or later.
Everyone wants to be famous; so do I. But I cannot lose sleep over it.
February days are a marketing gimmick; love happens every day.
For very long, I wasn't able to find a place for myself in movies. After my initial success, I didn't know how to capitalise on it.
From being a waiter, to a door-to-door salesman, to a car-washer, to a delivery boy - I have done it all.
Having learnt my basics in theatre, I always feel film is a collaborative effort. If you do your part well and help the person in front of you in realising his or her potential, the film invariably comes out good.
Honestly, I find writing to be a very lonely job.
Horses are in our DNA. We used them way before cars for commuting.
I am not an angry guy. It's just the roles I do that impact my personality.
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August 20, 1976
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