Vineet Kumar, a veteran actor who had been seen movies such as Masaan and Shool says that he moves past the role and completely forgets about it once it’s done.
“I never let characters stay with me, once my work is done in any project, I just toss it in a bin and close the chapter. For me my journey is the life I have lived, not the roles that I have played. I give my all as a performer for any role but it’s just in that moment never beyond that,” said the 64 year old actor.
“In 70’s I was busy in students’ politics and was also part of JP Movement. Theatre gave me that peace of mind and I got a chance to explore it. I graduated from National School of Drama and reached Mumbai. I got a break with Govind Nihalani’s Droh Kaal and rest is history. Today, I work as per my wish, but my industry friends just don’t let me sit back for example, my recent series Maharani was on behest of the makers.” added the actor with an experience of over 30 years.
The Kachche Dhaage actor said while talking about the changes in the industry, “Not only industry but the entire country has undergone a big change over the decades and I don’t find it all very positive. Sadly, our industry that took all adversities standing together has got divided too. This actually saddens me. But what peps me up is the way women of our country continue shine, it’s admirable and I think next 20 years belong to the female of this country.”
His last released movie was Ram Prasad ki Tehrvi.