New Delhi, August 13 (IANS) Pankaj Tripathi is a name everyone knows today. It would not be a mistake to call him a star as he impressed the audience with his realistic and powerful performances on the silver screen and on the OTT. The actor says he lives far ahead of what he had actually dreamed of.
The 44-year-old actor, who amplified the spotlight in the two-part crime, ‘Gangs Of Wasseypur’, says his dream was smaller as he only wanted to do good work and cinema.
Ask Pankaj, who graduated from the National School Of Drama in 2004, if he feels he is living his dream now?
He said to IANS: “Yes, you can say that. With the work I’m busy with, it’s a dreamlike situation. My dream was actually smaller than this. I live far ahead of what I had actually dreamed of. ”
The actor, who was born in the Gopalganj district of Bihar, added: “It is more real than real because you have not even thought about it that such a thing would happen. So I do not know if it is real or surreal. I do not know.”
Pankaj is now looking forward to the release of his next film ’83’, directed by Kabir Khan. The film is about India’s victory in the Cricket World Cup in 1983 under captain Kapil Dev.
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