Manoj goes to Madhur's Jail to share his success
Bollywood actor Manoj Bajpai says he gave the nod to filmmaker Madhur Bhandarkar for Jail because he wanted to share the director's success.
"I know Madhur Bhandarkar since 14 years now. We struggled together and I now feel very happy for his success on a personal level. When Madhur offered me this role, I said yes without much thinking as I wanted to be part of his success," Manoj posted on his www.manojbajpayee-en.itzmyblog.com.
Now the actor, who has featured in films like Satya, Shool and Zubeida, says he has left everything regarding the shooting of Jail on Bhandarkar.
"I know that he will honestly justify my role. It has been a fairly good experience as of now and I pray to god for the same ahead too. Though I won't be able to talk much about the film but my character is an introvert sort and it gives a totally different sensitivity being able to express such difficult emotions of this character," he added.
Starring Neil Nitin Mukesh in the lead, Jail traces the life of a middle-class family boy working in the corporate sector and how after one sudden incident he goes to jail.
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