By Yashika Mathur
Mumbai, March 20 (SocialNews.XYZ) Actor Rohit Roy returns to the big screen in action drama “Mumbai Saga”, which hits theaters on Friday. He loves playing high octane action roles, but says he won’t stick to just that genre.
âThere’s a weakness for action in me because male actors always want to make action movies. But I don’t see myself doing exactly that. For me, it’s important that the action movie or the thriller I’m a part of has a story behind it and my character makes that story move. Dumb action isn’t a genre I see myself fitting in. For me, either ‘Shootout At Lokhandwala’ or ‘ Kaabil ‘, there must be a story between the actions, âRohit told IANS.
Rohit loves “Mumbai Saga” director Sanjay Gupta. The filmmaker has already directed Rohit in “Kaabil”, and he is also writer-producer of “Shootout At Lokhandwala”.
âI’m always thrilled to be a part of the action movies that Sanjay Gupta makes because he knows his heroes very well. Each character is presented with a panache that only Sanjay Gupta can lend to his male characters,â said the actor.
With the reopening of cinemas, the filmmakers hope to make the cash registers ring. âMumbai Sagaâ is one of the first big budget Bollywood films to hit theaters after theaters opened. Rohit believes audiences need the magic of movies in theaters again.
“Entertainment is something that people need to release the emotions from their life. So they need to go to the cinema to see movies on the big screen, to forget their woes and worries of the day, month or month. of the year, and we all know what we have been through in the past year. So with the arrival of ‘Mumbai Saga’ there is so much hope, not only in the industry but also in the public, that the films come out “, he declared.
Of course, the actor issues a word of warning.
âNot only Bollywood, but the world is coming back to normal days. These are tough times. We always have to be careful. We can’t believe that just because the vaccine came out, things came out. Look back, the vaccines have been around for several illnesses, but it takes a long time for things to get back to normal, even though we are limping back to normal. Life is back on the slow train but we should all understand that it is a train slow. Don’t try to catch the fast train, “he said.