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Nana admits he's temperamental

The actor is sorry about what he has done with Prakash Jha and for the first time admits that he has a problem controlling his temper.

india Updated: Nov 04, 2009 12:59 IST

Nana PatekarNana Patekar, for the first time, has admitted that he has a problem controlling his temper. The confession came after his relationship with friend Prakash Jha damaged beyond repair.

The actor went on to say that he has lost a lot in life because of his nature. The latest casualty is his role in Rajneeti. Prakash Jha ousted Nana after having a heated argument with him.

Nana tells a daily, "I know I get abusive, very abusive, when I’m angry. This isn’t the first time it has happened. I’ve repeatedly tried to curb my temper. But kya karoon? Main aisa hi hoon. I’ve lost a lot in life because of my nature."

Nana tells about the chain of events that led to this bad blood between the friends, "It all started with a song. Since I play an avatar of Lord Krishna, I had to do some singing for my character. My songs were recorded in Rashid Khan’s voice because I can’t sing to save my life. When I reached the location, I was told that the songs got erased by mistake. Hota hai aisa. All this is part of the shooting process.”

But Nana got a shock of his life when he was told that he'll have to sing in place of Rashid Khan. "He said we’ll dub it later. But I was neither prepared nor was I equipped to sing. I argued, but Prakash wasn’t willing to listen. I called him to my van and took off on him. I admit I was very harsh, cruel, rude and abusive. But he knows how I am. He has accepted me as a friend with all my blemishes,” says Nana.

Continues Nana, "Once I lose control, there’s no stopping me. What I’ve done with Jha is very wrong. He was reduced to tears. I’m unable to sleep since then. I’m willing to compensate him for his shooting losses. But I know nothing can compensate for my behaviour."

Well Nana, atleast you've realised your mistakes.