Actor Satyajeet Dubey admits that although he has executed movies, huge and small, he by no means received such a reception as he did for Mumbai Diaries 26/11.
Satyajeet Dubey is thrilled that his OTT debut Mumbai Diaries 26/11 has been properly obtained. He’s joyful that his character, Ahaan Mirza, too was appreciated. He recollects how he met filmmaker Nikhil Advani who shared the script with him and says, “Jo display pe hai, woh behtar hello hai. On the script stage, I felt it was a compelling story that I needed to be part of it. I’m glad it turned out so properly.”
The actor debuted with All the time Kabhi Kabhi (2011), and featured in movies together with Baankey Ki Loopy Baraat (2015), Kerry on Kutton (2016) and Prassthanam (2019). He provides, “OTT’s been in India for 3-4 years and boomed since 2020, however generally you must await the proper of position. I didn’t need to be a part of initiatives for the heck of it or for visibility. Even after I don’t have many selections, I don’t thoughts ready for the precise venture or turning down those that don’t work for me. Your selections make your profession.”
He admits that although he has executed movies, huge and small, he by no means received such a reception as he did for Mumbai Diaries 26/11. “The popularity was lengthy due. The love I’m receiving is overwhelming. Lots of people are taking note of me. I’ve been at it and doing my work. My creative integrity and sincerity has been the identical for all my initiatives. I assume, at occasions, it takes time for some folks to get seen. I needed to await 10 years for recognition. It has been fairly a journey. I hope filmmakers exploit the expertise that I’ve to supply.”
Speaking about his struggles, for Dubey the signal he received from the universe was bagging Shah Rukh Khan’s manufacturing as his debut. “After that movie, when issues didn’t work out, I all the time had religion that I do know what I’m, and what I’ve to supply as an artiste,” he ends.