The actor, who’s recently wrapped up one of his films is already on to his next
Actor Randeep Hooda, who’s finally back home after being away for a rather long stretch of time shooting for Jism 2 is far from taking a break. The actor, who’s just wrapped up the shoot of the Bhatt erotic thriller sequel with actor Sunny Leone, is already shooting for yet another film, Shooter, which is being directed by Vishram Sawant. Excited about the hardcore action thriller, Randeep even tweeted, “Start shoot for mother of all action films Shooter again. It is my third collaboration with Vishram Sawant.The director of ‘D’ and “Risk”.:))”
Though the actor’s not complaining about his hectic pace of work, the actor does admit to missing out on pursuing his equestrian hobby. “Yes, I haven’t had a day’s break in the past few months and I do miss riding and my horses,” says Randeep, who is rather passionate about the sport. But point out that the horses seem to have been replaced with the newfound wave of success on which he is riding at present and he laughs it off. “Nothing can replace my love for horses (laughs).” On a serious note, he adds, “It’s good to know that your work has been appreciated, may be more so, since it’s not come easy.”
Basking in the accolades the actor’s been garnering for his recent performances, Randeep however insists that he doesn’t take either failure or success too seriously. “I don’t take success seriously! I do appreciate it, but I don’t let it affect me. The one thing that I have learnt is that if you were to perceive your happiness from your BO status, then your state of mind would change every Friday. But I didn’t let failures affect me, and nor am I going to be consumed by success now. So I am happy, irrespective of how my films fare,” shares Randeep.
The actor admits that it was Once Upon A Time in Mumbaai from where his career took a sudden leap, but says that he’s equally proud of his earlier films that got him much recognition. “Each film has been rather special for me, so I can’t say that there have been regrets in my choice ever,” he says, adding that he’s not even bitter about not being a part of the sequels to his films. “I am doing sequels myself where the original actor has been replaced, so why would I complain about not being in my own sequels. I prefer concentrating on my films at hand, rather than worry about the films that I am not doing. If those films were so important for me, trust me, you’d see me in them,” smiles Randeep.