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Randeep Hooda don’t attend film events where peps like to pretend

Randeep Hooda don’t attend film events where peps like to pretend

Randeep Hooda don’t attend film events where peps like to pretend

Randeep Hooda don’t attend film events where peps like to pretend

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  • For more than 20 years, Randeep Hooda has worked in the entertainment sector.
  • Randeep hasn’t been a part of any of the so-called “camps” or factions in the industry.
  • The actor recently attributed it to his refusal to socialise with business associates and attend their parties.
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For more than 20 years, Randeep Hooda has worked in the entertainment sector. Randeep hasn’t been a part of any of the so-called “camps” or factions in the industry. Despite working on some of the biggest hits of recent years and numerous critically praised projects. The actor recently attributed it to his refusal to socialise with business associates and attend their parties.

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With the 2001 Mira Nair film Monsoon Wedding, Randeep made his Bollywood debut. He then appeared in a number of commercially successful movies, including Once Upon a Time in Mumbaai (2010), Jism 2 (2012), Cocktail (2012), Kick (2014), Sultan (2016), and Baaghi 2. (2018). He has also played the lead in movies like Highway (2014), Saheb, Biwi Aur Gangster (2011), and Sarbjit (2016). He debuted in Hollywood in 2020 with the Chris Hemsworth-starring film Extraction.

He responded to a question on remaining grounded in a recent interview by saying, “I don’t think I have won any awards in my life and I don’t give a damn about them really. They are opinions. But, you aim to be honest with yourself and stay real. You’re trying to be yourself most of the time; if you start faking it in real life you start faking it on screen. That’s why I do not go to a lot of these events where you have to pretend to be this happy glamorous person, while you have a sh*tty life on the side. So, staying true to yourself and my work, and knowing that your job is not to please people keeps me grounded. I don’t think people pleasers make good actors.”

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When asked why he does not socialise with fellow actors a lot, Randeep added, “I guess I do spend a lot of time with real people and not so much with film people because at some stage we all get alienated and enter our cocoon. If you’re successful then you start living in an ivory tower. You will not be able to connect to people anymore, because you’re living in an isolated vacuum, so as to speak. So, obviously you have to be in touch with reality and the best way to do so is to have a conversation with your mother, she’ll put you right.”

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The actor’s next appearance will be in the Netflix series Cat, in which he plays a Punjabi police informant. Balwinder Singh Janjua is the author of the thriller in Punjabi and Hindi, which debuts on December 9.

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