- There is too much pressure, says Ajay Devgn
- Ajay's upcoming 2 films reunite him with Rohit Shetty and Milan Luthria
- Baadshaho is releasing on September 1
But Rohit Shetty and Milan Luthria are different. "When you are working with someone like Milan, Rohit (Shetty) or someone with whom you have shared great rapport with, you know exactly what their mindset is and what they are looking at. You also know what they want from you and know that they will write keeping you in mind. All of this makes the initial process easier," said Ajay Devgn.
Also, Ajay Devgn says that for him acting and filmmaking was never about 'survival' it was "either you liked a script or you do it for friends and for the emotions." But things have changed now. He told PTI: "For me, it has become clear (to choose a film) not because of the external pressure but because the audience has evolved a lot. You can't ever judge the taste accurately but you do have a barometer."
Ajay Devgn's new film Baadshaho, which releases on September 1, is about a heist set during the Emergency period. "We had heard of this incident which people used to talk about in Rajasthan, where during the emergency time there was a Queen whose gold was taken away by the government but there was a guy who vanished with the gold overnight. Till today they don't know who the person is and he never got caught," Ajay told PTI.
Baadshaho is Ajay's fourth collaboration with Milan Luthria after Once Upon A Time in Mumbaai, Chori Chori and Kachche Dhaage.
The National Award-winning actor was last seen in Shivaay, which he also directed and produced. The film clashed with Karan Johar's Ae Dil Hai Mushkil and failed miserably.
((With inputs from PTI)