Updated: October 14, 2016 7:15:38 pm
Actor Amit Sadh had an amazing beginning to his Bollywood career with Kai Po Che. However, after that the actor quite disappeared. Last year (2015), the actor was seen in Guddu Rangeela, which did not do well at the box-office but 2016 has been quite overwhelming for him as he began his year with Salman Khan starrer Sultan. Amit, who played the role of the founder of a private mixed martial arts league in “Sultan”, says the Salman Khan-starrer film “saved my life” and he is now getting a lot of film offers which he is looking in to.
“Well, everyone knows the character I played in ‘Sultan’ and it was very well appreciated and so was the movie in itself. I think, this movie just saved my life, it has changed the way the industry looks at me today. I’m really grateful to Salman because we all know, when Salman acts in a movie, it’s just phenomenal. This movie has changed my life, I’m getting quite a few movie offers and looking forward to doing some great work. Everyday I check my mobile phone once, hoping there will be some message that would talk about my next movie with Salman. I would love to work with him again and hoping it happens soon,” said Amit, who first rose to fame with reality television series, Bigg Boss season 1.
Directed by Ali Abbas Zafar, “Sultan”, which released on July 6 earlier this year, minted over Rs 300 crore at the Indian box office. The film, which also starred Anushka Sharma and Randeep Hooda, will be premiered on Sony MAX on Saturday. Talking about his upcoming projects, Amit said: “I have a few movies launching soon and a few will start soon, they will be announced in three-four days. You will see me in Tigmanshu Dhulia’s movie Yaara and there is another one coming up with Taapsee Pannu”.
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