It’s not fair for Suniel Shetty to say that he did not have patience or was insecure when it came to his Bollywood career. From all the heroes in the 90s, Sunil was and is by far the most secure one. No affairs, no bad blood between producers or directors, actresses love him and most importantly, he never flaunted his family life. Any kid in the 90s will tell you that Suniel Shetty formed a big part of their childhood; that is if they watched Hindi films in the 90s. His daughter made her debut in a Salman Khan production alongside Aditya Pancholi’s son last year. The film was a big flop and it seems that she has not been receiving any other film offers. Everyone has been saying how she looks like a model and should maybe try out modelling. Here’s Suniel Shetty talking about a bunch of interesting things.
Suniel Shetty Interview
Suniel Shetty on adjusting to the current film industry
I don’t think adjusting was ever a problem because I am a director’s actor. I have always been sincere. The only thing is that now when I work, I am far more prepared. There are workshops and you interact with your co-actors before the shoot. The current generation is well-prepared, which is fantastic. They are hard-working and talented too…
Suniel on how Bollywood has changed for the better
Nobody walks into a set three hours late, and believes that the world is waiting for them. If you do that, you will become history. The overall progress is unbelievable. There’s a lot to learn from the younger generation.
Suniel on his daughter Athiya
I see Athiya; she is not insecure at all. She has said no to so many films. She wants to be sure if the makers who approach her can even release the movie. She is quite particular about the script. I don’t think I ever had that kind of patience.