Umesh Kumar Upadhyay, Mumbai40 minutes ago
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Mukesh Tiwari has pledged to deposit the fees of 6 children up to the eleventh on this birthday.
Actor Mukesh Tiwari turned 50 on Monday. He was born on 24 August 1959 in Sagar, Madhya Pradesh. Celebrating this occasion very differently, he has resolved to teach 6 children this year. Apart from the birthday, he had a special conversation with Dainik Bhaskar on subjects like lockdown, nepotism etc. Here are the key parts of the conversation…
Question- First of all, tell us how this 5 months was spent in lockdown?
Mukesh Tiwari 'The lockdown is still underway. During this time I watched many old films including Raj Kapoor's films. There has been a big change in the routine. I get up at 5:30 in the morning. After that walk 10 km and exercise with walking. The most important achievement is that during this time, I have become very patient, whereas earlier I used to get irritated by small things.
A Malayalam film went off my hand in Lock Down. Her shooting was about to start 2 months ago, but it turned out that quarantine would have to remain for 14 days after going there. Filmmakers wanted to shoot soon, as their set was deteriorating in the rain. When I talked to him, I said that you take someone else, because cinema is more important than actor. He gave a significant signing amount. Although it is not a tradition to return the signing amount, but when they returned their signing amount, they were very happy. Although the important role was missed, it was sad.
Q: You entered Bollywood at the age of 28. Do you think that if you started at an early age, you would go further?
Mukesh Tiwari'There is definitely a possibility to go ahead. But the phase I came in was a changing phase. I came to China Gate as a villain. But gradually the villains started disappearing. Romantic and family films were being made. The role of an independent producer was ending. But I was lucky that the tradition of growing in the groove was coming to an end and I was getting different roles of positive-negative and comedy. trip on. The possibilities are also ahead. Interest, trends, efforts and efforts continue like 20 years ago.
Question- Until the last moment an actor feels that his skills have not been fully utilized. What do you think?
Mukesh Tiwari'I think I have just touched. There is still a lot of work to do. I do my preparations every day, because my preparation should not be weak. Can't say what opportunity will come next day. Many people prepare after meeting. Years of experience have taught me to be prepared like a soldier. But I do not see this as a frustration. I think it is important to play the role honestly. South films have also given me a lot of support. There is a game of possibilities here. On the day the possibility is over, understand that your pack is done.
Question- If you ever did 4 films in a year, sometimes you gave a film in 4 years. After all, how did we deal with such ups and downs?
Mukesh Tiwari'This line came in, then it was believed that it was a line of patience and restraint. Surely this is the line of dazzle, but was not impressed by it. I believe that if the actor is not restrained, he should not fall in this line. Secondly, I do not have a critical attitude. I adopt positive attitude all the time. It is not that I will shoot for 30 days of the month when I am an actor. I am satisfied even after doing good work 4 days a month. It is my goal to give my best. '
Question- The talk of nepotism in Bollywood is getting loud nowadays. How much do you agree with these things?
Mukesh Tiwari'I believe that this is not the system made today. This is a system made for the last 30-40 years. This has not happened suddenly. In our industry, it is believed that work is done on the basis of relationships and talent comes later. I have no trouble accepting this. '
'There is no government rule here. This is individual art, individual growth. He also has his own challenges. Who has to take it, who does not have to take it, it has its own options and its choice. But new talent should not be harassed. He should not be seen as an untouchable. '
'Ever since the corporate world entered Bollywood, the relationship has ended. Now human relations and emotion have no value in it. To have emotion in the corporate world is considered stupid. Whereas in the field of art we cannot work without emotion.
'The thing is who the decisive people are. The judges here are those who have come to the corporate world by taking a business management course. He has nothing to do with cinema. They have to earn two money by financing. Going in depth, there has been a lot of difference in this whole system. Humanity has declined. I would say that youth talent should be honored and given a fair chance. '
Question- In today's environment, Star Kids posters, tellers and films are getting more dislikes than likes. What would you say?
Mukesh Tiwari 'I would say that people were very happy when they liked you, took their hands. He considered it his success, because of our talent, he got so many likes. If today the same people are not liked in social media, then they are watching it with anger. Such two-sided behavior will not work. Today, when getting disliked, he will have to admit his failure. That outrage should also be seen with equal respect.
Question- After leaving the streets of Sagar, he made a place in Bollywood. What do you miss there?
Mukesh Tiwari'Even today I miss the paan shop there. Earlier also I used to sit at Paan shop and even today when I go, I sit at Paan shop itself. Although I do not drink. But it is like meeting people there.
Question- What is the happiest on birthday?
Mukesh Tiwari“To be honest, living in Mumbai is not so happy on my birthday, because I miss my mother and my family.”
Question- What comes to mind first as soon as you hear the birthday?
Mukesh Tiwari'Mother's handmade flour pudding. When used to be at home in childhood and youth, when sleep was opened, there was a smell of the same flour halwa. The same flour pudding used to go into the prasad. Even today, I miss the fragrance of halwa made by mother's hand.
Question- Do you also take a resolution on the birthday?
Mukesh Tiwari'Yes, I pledge. First used to smoke, quit smoking two years ago. On the last birthday itself, it was resolved that I will pay the fees of 2 children, then I am teaching the fees of two children working in the building. On this birthday, it is resolved that when I go to Sagar, I will deposit the fees of six such needy children up to the eleventh. Yes, they will not let me realize that I am teaching them.
Question- How to celebrate 51st birthday?
Mukesh Tiwari'Could not celebrate in such an environment. This time Ganapati is sitting, then in the morning he started the day with his blessings. I have deep faith in Sai Baba of Shirdi. Worshiped them by offering flowers and planting incense sticks. Now I feel myself more responsible.