Gulshan Grover On His Negative Image: Actor Gulshan Grover was one of the favorite villains of the 90s and his popularity used to compete with many heroes. Now Gulshan Grover has talked about his career. He talked about his illustrious career as a villain, but said it had a negative impact on his family as well.
Gulshan made many revelations in conversation with Manish Paul. In a podcast, she was asked if her onscreen image ever affected her real life, and that made things uncomfortable for her friends and family. He said that initially women felt very uncomfortable interacting with him, and for parties at his house, he would ask if they could bring their friends along. Over time, when audiences began to see what he was like in real life, thanks to the internet and television, they stopped thinking of him as the real-life villain.
He said, “Let me tell you a story about my family. My film Avatar had just released. My late mother used to go to the gurudwara everyday and I used to go with her. One day everyone surrounded him outside the gurudwara. They asked him, ‘What has happened to your boy? He was such a good boy, he respected his elders, he left his parents. My mother tried to tell her that I was just an actor, but at that time there was no difference between characters and actors. They asked him, ‘Does he still talk to you?’ He told them that I write to them everyday. There was really a condolence meeting. He was very upset. They thought I had lost my way after leaving Delhi.”
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