Akshay Kumar: ‘I was treated as a outcast on a film’s set’



Web Desk: Bollywood’s one of the most bankable actor Akshay Kumar said that in the initial age of his career, he was treated like an outsider.

While talking about the actor’s luxury on a film’s set depending on the number of hits and flops, he said,
“Yes, I was made to feel (outcast). I remember while doing a two-hero film, my three-four films didn’t work, but he gets a suite room and I get a single room. He gets an amazing car, but I get that ‘you come in the bus’, yes it really happens.”

“If my films work, I would get a bigger room. Sometimes from business class, A was shifted to the first class when my films were runnings. When my films were doing exceptionally well, A would get a private jet as well,” he added.

He said in his ’27 and a half years’ long career he has had low phases ‘three to four times’, but failures did not bother him.

He also advised, “Never take lull or success seriously. They will come and go. It (the ups and down) is bound to happen.”

Source: Deccanchronicle