Stop judging art before it’s made public, urges Arjun Rampal
There was no noisy birthday party for Arjun Rampal, who turned 46 on Sunday. To celebrate the day, the actor shares there were “around 30 close friends, meeting up... having a good time together”.
“After a certain age, you no longer want to indulge in wild parties. I’ve seen enough of that life. Now I like my life calm. Spending time with my wife and two daughters gives me a bigger high than anything else,” he adds.
Although Arjun is grateful for his blissful family life and “adventurous” career, yet there’s something that bothers him — the intolerance in the film industry. “I couldn’t have asked for more. I’ve a rocksteady family life and a career that is known for being adventurous. As far as the film industry is concerned, I see a lot of intolerance within the industry and from outside, towards actors, filmmakers and our work. This is very frightening. We must stop pre-judging art before the artiste puts forward his idea to the public.”
The actor will be next seen in J.P. Dutta’s Paltan and Shailesh Varma’s Nastik.
Arjun Rampal is an atheist; worships the universe