In his almost two very long-term movie vocations, Pankaj Tripathi has survived a few moments of success/progress, likewise disappointments, and today, he feels, they do not have a place with him.
The entertainer says his excursion is currently out there, motivating individuals to trust their fantasies and follow their enthusiasm.
’I don’t have any fear because I’m sure that at some point I will be able to lose all the success’
Pankaj Tripathi has worked extremely hard to be where he’s today, but he knows at some point he will lose all this fame because, consistent with him, it isn’t permanent.
There was a time when he made fleeting appearances in films before getting noticed in Anurag Kashyap’s Gangs of Wasseypur in 2012. Cut to the present, and he has etched a successful success story on the large screen also within the OTT space.
Indiatimes got candid with the actor and spoke to him about his life philosophy and his newfound success
When asked the Mirzapur actor Pankaj Tripathi how much importance does recognition hold for him as an actor and asked if he has a fear of losing all fame and success, he said:
“I don’t have any fear because I’m sure that at some point I will be able to lose the success, I do know this is often not permanent. Earlier, once I started nobody knew me, and today I’m everywhere. Years later, people will forget me once again because that’s life.”
“I am not very excited about all the success I even have , my attitude towards life is that the same. I don’t have air of the success. I know this is all a part and parcel of life. The popularity that I have received has been given by the people to me and I am never thankful of it.”
Pankaj Tripathi thanks wife who paid the bills during his struggling days
There was a time when Tripathi only survived on his wife’s earnings. Well, it isn’t easy for a person to depend on his wife for his living. When asked how he did not let male ego or society get the simplest of him, he replied,
“It’s not like I do not have ego. I overcame it. I come from a village and that I got an equivalent training like everyone else. When I removed from my village and met few educated people, my experiences changed, people and books play an enormous impact to become the person you’re in life.”
“Therefore talking about the interview that I lived on my wife’s earning, was very normal to me. When we marry we are equals so why shy or maybe be ashamed about it.”
Pankaj Tripathi is an artiste with unmatched range and skills. As audiences and critics heap praise on the actor for his performance within the latest film Mimi, the actor has opened up about his struggling days.
In a new interview with Navbharat Times, Tripathi shared how success didn’t come easy as he struggled for years while his wife took care of all expenses. There was a time when Tripathi roamed around in Andheri with no added hand, whereas now, he has filmmakers queuing up in his parking zone to debate roles.
Pankaj, who admits that he’s a nature lover, revealed that he might quit acting and begin farming someday
“Jitna din acting chalega kar lunga, then I’m interested by doing farming, growing my very own vegetables, fruits, l want to form that tiny world on behalf of me . Now, let’s see when which will become possible.”