Actor Suniel Shetty, who will be next seen in Anand Kumar’s ‘Desi Kattey’, says he has accepted the generational change and is happy to see young talent in Bollywood do well.
“I accept the change around me. I don’t like to complain about this generation or the previous generation. I accept both success and failure and just focus on my work and if a film fails, I move on to a new movie,” Shetty told PTI.
“I am secure in whatever I do. I still live with my parents and meet my childhood friends. I have a social life,” he added.
The 52-year-old actor, who gave hits like ‘Mohra’, ‘Dhadkan’ and ‘Gopi Kishan in the ’90s, will be seen playing the role of an army officer turned shooting coach in ‘Desi Kattey’.
Shetty’s daughter Athiya Shetty is all set to make her debut in Salman Khan’s production ‘Hero’ opposite Sooraj Pancholi while the actor hopes to launch his son later.
“My son Aahan is just 18. I will direct a film to launch him but right now my daughter Athiya is entering the film industry in Salman’s production. I tell her ‘Don’t be afraid of Friday. Take it as challenge and accept failure and make yourself ready for the next project’,” Shetty said.
The actor said he was happy to see his former co-star Jackie Shroff’s son Tiger do well in his debut ‘Heropanti’.
Shetty also said that the third film of the ‘Hera Pheri’ franchise will be shot after June while ‘Border-2’ will go on floors after January next year.
He will also be seen in ‘Shooter’ and ‘Light, Camera Action’.