Big B watch­ing Pink with my dad was bet­ter than any award: An­gad

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My fa­ther loved my per­for­mance. Amitabh sir flew down to watch the film with him, which was the big­gest mo­ment for me AN­GAD BEDI, AC­TOR

Ac­tor An­gad Bedi, (above) who made his de­but with Remo D’Souza’s di­rec­to­rial de­but F.A.L.T.U. (2011), shot to in­stant fame with the film Pink (2016). The movie also starred Amitabh Bachchan and Taapsee Pannu. An­gad says that the film changed his ca­reer, as well as his life. Af­ter the suc­cess of Pink, An­gad’s im­age in the in­dus­try un­der­went a dras­tic change. “Apart from the pow­er­ful roles that are be­ing of­fered to me, pro­duc­ers are now will­ing to back me. I’ve even got a role in ac­tor Sal­man Khan’s Tiger Zinda Hai,” he says.

Un­like many ac­tors who aspire for awards, An­gad doesn’t re­ally care for them. He feels that the high­est hon­our was given to him by Bachchan, when he flew down to Delhi to watch the film with his fa­ther, for­mer In­dian crick­eter Bis­han Singh Bedi). “That was the big­gest mo­ment,” he adds.

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