Ajay Devgn: actors should be known for their work, not for their activity on social networks

Bollywood The star Ajay Devgn says that he stays away from social networks because as an actor one must be known for his work, not for what they publish online.

Devgn, who enjoys the success of his latest release 'Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior', believes that social networks have eliminated the mystery about stardom.

The era of stardom has been razed by social networks now and by the actors themselves, who constantly share information about their lives. Before, we imagined how they lived, what they did, but now people think that (the stars) are just like them.

I am not too (active) in social networks. I think that an actor should be known for his work and not for his activity in social networks. Wherever I go, they respect me and that makes you feel good. I have always done my thing. thing, said the actor in an interview.

'Tanhaji ...' is Devgn's 100th film and the actor, who began his career in 1991 with 'Phool Aur Kante', is considered fortunate to have remained relevant to the public thanks to his varied film options.

I was lucky to be doing different types of roles and they also worked because many actors struggle to do different things.

At that time, nobody was making a movie like 'Raincoat'. I just wanted to try different things, that's why I did it. I wasn't afraid if it would work or not. I'm glad my risk was worth it. people advised me against such movies, but today almost everyone is making such movies and working.

Of the 100 films he has performed in his 29-year career, historical films such as' The Legend from Bhagat Singh 'and' Tanhaji: the warrior not sung 'have played it more.

"Something like 'Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior' or ' Legend from Bhagat Singh ' makes you think that how is it possible that such sacrifices are made by people? We can't even think from (it). They must be different people, what they think & how they function. Country came first for them."

'Tanhaji ...', also presenting Saif Ali Khan , Kajol & Sharad kelkar , ganĂ³ Rs 61.93 millones from rupias en su primer fin from semana.

The actor will next be seen in 'Maidaan', 'Bhuj: The Pride from India', 'Chanakya' & a film with Luv Ranjan.

In 'Maidaan', there will be no romantic angle, the actor said.

"It is a fabulous story, director Amit Sharma has done a great job. Times have changed, storytelling has changed. There are no deliberate commercial elements added to a film today, be it a song or the romantic angle. 'Maidaan' has been very moving & emotional journey for me."

Ajay said there is still time for 'Chanakya' to go to the floors.

"I will finish work on 'Maidaan' & 'Bhuj' in three to four months. These two films will release in 2020. 'Chanakya' we will start later in the year," he said.

About Luv Ranjan's film, which also stars Ranbir Kapoor, Ajay said it will also start shooting by the end from the year.