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Bollywood is an unpredictable industry and you can never predict when the game will change for you. Let’s tell the story of Ashrut Jain, who is a part of the upcoming Bollywood film, ‘Mulk’. Once upon a time, when Ashrut was a model, he got a chance to work with Ranveer Singh, but the scenario was different back then, he was in focus and Ranveer was a chief AD on the sets.

In an interview, Ashut revealed more about it. He said, “Long back while I was doing modelling, Ranveer Singh was a chief AD on the sets for a chips ads, that was our first interaction. He was my first hero I have worked with. He has a great energy.”


Ashrut has been a model but now, his entire focus is on acting. Talking about his first film, he said, “My first break was ‘Goliyon Ki Rasleela Ram-Leela’. I had spent 72 days on the sets of ‘Raam Leela’, I observed Bhansali sir working and that turned out to be an acting school for me.”

It is not easy to find a hold in the industry but Ashrut says the industry is a fair place. “The industry is fair enough, even if it takes time to find the real talents, you have to constantly polish yourself. You have to be prepared for the survival in the industry. For me struggle is not the right word, it’s about just improving yourself because the search for opportunities never ends,” he said.

Coming to his experience of working in ‘Mulk‘ and ‘Batti Gul Meter Chalu’, he said, “We have auditioned for a very long period for ‘Mulk’. Working with Taapsee and Rishi Kapoor is an amazing experience. We have also recently wrapped shooting for ‘Batti Gul Meter Chalu’, working with such people teaches you a lot of things.

Ashrut admires two actors from the industry. They are Amitabh Bachchan and Nawazuddin Siddiqui. “These are two actors I admire the most. Not because of the great acting, it’s because of the kind of background they have grown and it is worth studying about. They are the encyclopedia of acting world,” he said.

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