Friday, September 14, 2012 16:30 IST
Adhyayan Suman is back in Bollywood
After a gap, Adhyayan Suman will be seen on the big screen in Milind Ukey's next project which takes on the subject of honour killings.
Says Adhyayan, `I will not term it as a comeback. I preferred to lie low for a while as I realised that there was more focus on my
personal life (read: his liaison with Kangna Ranaut) than on my work front.
I was only 21 at that time, now I am 24 and more mature to tackle things differently. I regret being open about my personal life. I was
frank and forthright. But now I feel I should not have.`
He adds, `I have some more projects lined up which include debutant
Dheeraj Singh's film with Zayed Khan as well as an international project being helmed by a New York-based production house besides
my father's film that goes on the floors in November.
I am also shooting for a film about which I cannot divulge details at the moment.` Adhyayan's debut flick Haal-e-Dil proved to be a dud
but his next Raaz The Mystery Continues fared better. But he followed it up with Jashnn which did not fare well.
`If it had
done well, the scene would be different but I saw seen the downs early in my career, but then all this is the past for me. I am looking
forward to begin my acting career anew.`
By arrangement with Mid-Day.com
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