'I use a men's fairness cream'
The doctor-turned-actor Anuj Saxena, wears many hats everyday. Kadambini Thakur chats up the star.tv Updated: Aug 24, 2007 12:52 IST
The talented doctor-turned-actor and producer-cum-entrepreneur Anuj Saxena, wears many hats everyday HT City caught up with the versatile man to know more about his new projects.
With so much happening, how does the actor manage to breathe?
Multi-faceted: Acting happened by chance to me. Balaji Telefilms has been instrumental in shaping up my acting career.but now I want to explore more as an actor and as a producer. I don't want to restrict myself to anything. I am trying new things with production.
I have 2-3 films in the pipeline, about which I don't want to talk now. TV has changed a lot of late. It is all about packaging now..the better content one comes up with, the larger audience one can expect to reach out to. <b1>
TRPs can either make or mar any TV actor today. In the end I will always be a doctor; paediatrics is my calling and my passion.
Metrosexual ty: Men's grooming has seen a boom of late, hasn't it? Men no longer feel shy to call themselves 'metrosexuals'. I am one of them too..I want to look good and feel good.
We actors have to undergo hectic schedules, that at times does take a toll on the skin and overall health, so it is very important to follow a stress free regime.
I personally use a men's fairness cream launched by my company. This company is actually my father's brainchild, that was in 1988. It is also one of the sponsors of the Filmfare Awards.
Maverick: My production company, 'Maverick Productions' has a number of projects in pipeline. One of them is a movie titled, Dulha Mil Gaya, starring Shah Rukh Khan, Fardeen Khan and Sushmita Sen. It's an out and out romantic movie on the lines of Mills and Boon romance.
The entire film is shot in the beautiful locales of West Indies.