Which was your last film?
My last film was Panga, which was released two years ago. I played the role of Kangana Ranaut and Jassie Gill’s son.
What is your role in Bal Naren?
I’m doing the title role in Bal Naren.
The film is inspired by Swachh Abhiyaan. Tell us about it.
I feel really proud and lucky to be part of this film that is inspired by Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan. Even before this film was shot, years back, I supported the Clean India Campaign. I love maintaining cleanliness in my neighbourhood.
How did you prep for the film?
I did what I always do for every character. I attended workshops which my production house had conducted for me to understand my character better. I also improved my accent and my body language because I was going to play the role of a boy belonging to Mathura, Vrindavan area.
How was the experience of shooting with actors like Rajneesh Duggal, Govind Namdev and Vindu Dara Singh?
It was awesome! They were very kind and supportive and I learnt a lot from them. They were really cool and we also created a lot of reels.
What kind of films do you want to do in future?
I want to try out different genres. I want to try different film styles, basically different types of films but my main focus is Hollywood. I would love to be part of a Hollywood film as it’s my dream.
What kind of roles do you want to explore?
I want to explore different roles like that of a villain and other versatile characters. It is tough to get something substantial after doing two title films.
What are the recent films you have watched and which one you liked the most?
Recently, I watched Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness and I totally loved it. I have not watched any other film.
Do you have a plan to learn acting from someone specific?
Till now, my father helps me a lot with acting but I have a dream to learn acting at the New York Film Academy.