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There are very few scenes in my films, where I feel I acted well: Sharman Joshi

Actor Sharman Joshi says that he is critical of his performances and tries to work on himself with every film.

bollywood Updated: Jul 30, 2016 17:50 IST
Anjuri Nayar Singh
Anjuri Nayar Singh
Hindustan Times
Sharman Joshi,Rang De Basanti,Ferrari Ki Sawaari
Actor Sharman Joshi says that he is never happy with his performances.

Actor Sharman Joshi, who has been part of Bollywood for over a decade, says that he still feels he can act better on screen. The 37-year-old says that he is never satisfied with his performances. “I am never happy with what I do on screen. I always feel I could have done better. Sometimes, you get a different perspective when you see yourself later,” he says.

“With time, you gain experience and maturity. That’s how you realise how you can make your performances better. In fact, there are very few scenes where I feel I have acted well,” adds Sharman, who has been seen in films such as Rang De Basanti (2006), Ferrari Ki Sawaari (2012) and 3 idiots (2009).

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However, he has no qualms about how his career has shaped up. “There is nothing that I would like to change. I am not satisfied with my career and I hope that I never am. This helps me perform better. I don’t have the power to change anything other than my performance. That’s the extent to which I can craft my journey, the rest I have no control over,” he says.

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The actor says that he is looking for challenging roles to play in movies, television and on the web. “The medium is irrelevant. I feel now with time, the lines between different platforms are disappearing and there is equally interesting work everywhere. If the role is exciting and interesting, I am open for it,” says Sharman.

First Published: Jul 30, 2016 17:35 IST