Actor Boman Irani says he fails to understand why celebrities hide from the media when their initial motive behind becoming an actor is to get famous.
"Actors work so hard to become famous and when they become famous, they run from the press, I don't understand that theory," the 52-year-old said here Monday. He was paying a visit to the Don Bosco shelter.
Boman also targeted newcomers who start acting pricey after earning fame.
"First the newcomers are eager to come in front of the camera and later they are like 'no, sorry, sorry, no pictures'. What is this? I say fame is a very dangerous and bitter thing," said Boman.
Last seen in "Ferrari Ki Sawaari", Boman is looking forward to his first romantic film "Shirin Farhad Ki Toh Nikal Padi". He will be seen romancing Farah in the movie coming out Aug 24.
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Its nothing like that.. Its true that everybody wants fame.. But media people get too much involved in actors life that they make their life complicated... Everybody wants fame but there is a limit for everything... And get your update rite ACTORS DONT WORK FOR FAME... INSTEAD THEY WORK FOR MONEY
Haan saare actors bhaav khatey hai..pehle jab kuch nahi hote tab they all are nice/innocent people. So many actors were so genuine and were sweet before they got to peak of their careers. To name few: aishwarya, john, priyanka, salman...I'm not bashing anyone but just saying that if you look from what they started out to be and now. They have changd so much within themselves.
SO true Boman! Why would you want to hide from your fame when all you first wanted was recognition! I understand that people need their privacay BUT if you choose this profession then people will be more demanding of you!
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