Manoj Bajpayee described Bollywood as very small and difficult compared to other industries.

Ronit Kawale
Ronit Kawale - Senior Editor
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Film actor Manoj Bajpayee is busy promoting his upcoming film these days. He went to visit Mahakal in Ujjain and also answered questions from the media in Indore. On Tuesday, May 21, during the promotion of his upcoming film 'Bhaiyaji', he talked to the press about his entry into politics and the industry and also gave an interesting response. According to the report of journalist Sanjay Kumar, Manoj Bajpayee replied to the question of joining politics. He said, 'I do not understand this world, so I will not go into it.' On the question of completing 100 films, Manoj Bajpayee said, 'Bollywood is a very small and difficult industry compared to other industries. When you are in a village, the Panchayat there is very difficult. People say that the Lok Sabha election is the most difficult, I say that the election of the Sarpanch in the Panchayat is the most difficult.

Manoj Bajpayee gets restless when he doesn't get work

He said, 'I have seen many ups and downs in my entire journey. In which there were less ups and downs and it continued for a long time. My love for what I said and did served me well. If I don't work for two months I become restless. Expensive cars still don't attract me. For me, always doing big and new work in acting is my achievement.

Manoj Bajpayee and his 100th film

Regarding 'Bhaiyaji', Manoj Bajpayee said, 'This is the 100th film of my career, I am surprised that I have done 100 films. Regarding the film, Manoj told that I had this story for a long time. When the director heard this story, he said that I have to make this film. He wanted to give this film the flavor of Tamil and Telugu films, so I thought he would make this film with some other star, but he said I want you in it. It was because of his insistence that I got associated with this film. It was he who made me look like a desi superstar in this film.

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