Tabu has always evoked a sense of mystery. In this day and age, the actor does not have a Twitter account and he does not go anywhere on Instagram to share updates about his life. In today’s world where celebrities are active and constantly interacting with their fans, this can seem very different.
Here, we ask her the reasons:What is a question you ask?
‘Kahan kayab ho kayi the app?’ Just!
What is hate on social media?
Another question that keeps asking me is’ Why aren’t you on Twitter? Why are you not so active on social websites? What do you do in your spare time? ‘ And others.
How do you feel when you see other celebrities announcing everything to their fans on social websites?
They do not have to, they choose, it’s good. I don’t think anyone does anything because they are forced. People do it because they want to do it, or because they think it’s the right thing to do. This is purely a person’s call. This is purely a person’s call. I feel that there is no difference between personal preference … your preferences in your work will also reflect the person you are.
You’ve always been an individual, haven’t you?
They go out, and that too in excellent quality. You can go there and connect the whole world. I’m not that person, I never was.
Won’t you even talk to the media until you get a plan?
When there was no social media, I was never at all media, that’s it. I’m just, I think it’s too late to switch now
Would you have done something different if you had started your life today?
I do not know if I can start my business today. I had no idea what I would have done differently. I can not imagine, can not imagine.
Surprisingly, do you think you can not be an actor today?
That is not Mujhse Nahi Ho Sakta. But I think there is no big change in what was before and what is now.
So you don’t change anything, do you?
I don’t think I would have done anything different. I really need to think about it.
Your work speaks for itself, 2022 is very busy ahead of you, isn’t it?
I have just finished shooting Pool Pulia 2, another schedule of Kufia directed by Vishal Bhardwaj.
You work with his son too, don’t you?
Yes, I finished the work of Guttey, the first director of Osman.