Flop films don't kill an actor, not being wanted by anyone does, says Pailwaan star Kichcha Sudeep
Speaking to the press during the trailer release of his upcoming multi-lingual movie Pehlwaan (known as Pailwaan in Kannada), Sudeep said that being accepted across languages is a happy feeling to be in.
Mumbai: An actor's career does not end with flops but with none wanting to work with them, said Pailwaan star Kichcha Sudeep.
Sudeep, who has worked across industries and languages including Sandalwood, Tollywood, Kollywood and Bollywood, said when writers stop creating characters for an actor then it is a scary space to be in.
Sudeep was addressing the reporters at the trailer launch of his next, Pehlwaan (in Hindi). The film, also stars Suniel Shetty, and features Sudeep as a wrestler.
Sudeep, who is currently acting in three multilingual movies Pehlwaan, SyeRaa Narasimha Reddy and Dabangg 3, said that this experience was wonderful. "As an actor what more do you want? It's not about the releases, or the numbers of languages. The fact that many people across these places need you, want you. The day an actor is not required, the day no one is writing for you, is when you're actually dead... That's a very scary moment," Sudeep said.
Sudeep also said, "I think there cannot be a better thing for an actor than so many people writing for me. All you want to do is take a flight, go there and do what they want. It's beautiful."
The actor said the exchange of talent which is happening between several film industries is beautiful.
Presented by Zee Stuidos, Pehlwaan or Pailwaan is scheduled to release on September 12. It will release in eight languages including Kannada, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam.