The actor talks about investing three years in the screen adaptation of Tongri du Dubai; He adds that he wants to better manage setbacks and losses so that he does not miss other projects when he is committed to one project in the future.
The screen adaptation of the film Tongri du Dubai, which was due to end in four months, took three years as filming was halted from time to time due to the Govt-19 epidemic.
Leading actor Avinash Tiwari, when asked what made him invest three years of his career in a project early in his career, said, “It was a journey of almost three years. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity and I have to dedicate every inch of it to it.
Going forward, he wants to plan his life so that he does not get lost in other projects while remaining committed to one project. “I think it’s part and parcel of the game,” Tiwari says. “Everything has an opportunity cost.
With a handful of web projects ready, the Bulbul (2020) actor says he does not want to be bound by any media, even though the Internet offers plenty of opportunities. “Given that we’ve been in an epidemic for almost two years now, there is still uncertainty in theaters and the barriers to many blockbuster films are ready to emerge.
The 36-year-old, who began his career with Tu Hai Mera Sunday in 2017, says making more films helps an actor stay in the public eye, and quality gives them credibility: “I believe size can give someone quickly. Growth but quality will give me the longevity I want. Having said that, I believe I need to work hard and create more presence with quality assurance. What I have earned over the last three-four years has begun to reward me.