DON’T WRITE ME OFF JUST YET: AAYUSH SHARMA

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Aayush Sharma, who re­cently made his act­ing de­but, is very ac­tive on so­cial me­dia like any other ac­tor and reg­u­larly in­ter­acts with fans. But be­sides some pop­u­lar­ity, the ac­tor also has his share of trolls, es­pe­cially af­ter his Bol­ly­wood de­but LoveYa­tri, did not per­form well at the box of­fice.

How­ever, Aayush re­mains un­fazed by the troll army and says he does not need to pay at­ten­tion as it is too early in the day to write him off as an ac­tor.

“I be­lieve I’m a no­body. I still think that. I am on so­cial me­dia where there is a cer­tain sec­tion which gives me a lot of love and I am there to share my hap­pi­ness with them. Hav­ing said that, there are some who want to spread neg­a­tiv­ity, form judg­ments and are part of the troll army. I don’t feel the need to pay at­ten­tion to any­body who bogs me down,” shares Aayush.

He fur­ther adds, “I don’t take any of that to my heart. I try to joke about it and take it lightly. Call­ing me that (flop) is too early in the day. Don’t write me off just yet. Ev­ery­body has a bad day and his or her share of suc­cess and fail­ure.”

He says he is go­ing to put in a lot more ef­fort in his next film and come back with a bang. “I am go­ing to come back and give my best,” adds Aayush, who will re­port­edly star along­side San­jay Dutt in his next film.

Aayush Sharma

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