Sid­harth has made peace with the film in­dus­try

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New Delhi: Ac­tor Sid­harth Mal­ho­tra has made peace with the way the film in­dus­try func­tions, es­pe­cially with ru­mours and gos­sip sur­round­ing ac­tors’ lives.

But the 31-year-old says his par­ents are yet to get fa­mil­iar with his fame. “My par­ents are used to see­ing me in the pa­pers, but my mother still gets ex­cited on spe­cial oc­ca­sions.

“My dad, too, will com­ment on what­ever it is, be it a trailer, a story or a song. But when it comes to link-ups, they’ve let that be,” said Sid.

“My par­ents have never been that in­tru­sive so in that as­pect, I am lucky. Also, they know that they have no con­trol over me since I live away. So now, my mother knows that beta haath

se nikal gaya hai. They’d rather be friends than be­ing par­ents. I don’t know if they’re okay with it but then when I say that we are co-stars and we are work­ing to­gether, they do un­der­stand. They’re also ma­tur­ing as I am,” he adds.

The Delhi boy, who has been liv­ing in rented ac­com­mo­da­tions since he moved to Mumbai in 2007, says he’s ready to buy his own house. Sid has fi­nalised a property.

“The negotiations are on, but it’s very dif­fi­cult to close the deal and get all the pa­per­work done.” Bol­ly­

Ac­tor sid­harth Mal­ho­tra.

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