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Actor Sarath Saxena, who has been seen in Hindi films for four decades, has made a name for himself by playing negative roles. In the early days of his career, Sarath played the supporting role of a villain in many films. But to this day he has not been able to gain special recognition in Bollywood. He is somehow a contemporary of Amitabh Bachchan. But Amitabh Bachchan is the Shaheenshah of Bollywood today. But Sarath Saxena made some interesting remarks in an interview in response to the question as to why he was not recognized even though he was given entry along with him.

In a recent interview, Sarath Saxena said that all the good characters written for senior actors are being offered to Amitabh. Sarath said, ‘The film industry belongs to the youth and the elderly are not needed here. Unfortunately, we are not even going to die.

Sharat Saxena says good roles to Amitabh Bachchan and hes getting ‘scrapings’

Are we still alive and looking for work, how many characters will be written for seniors in the industry? No matter what good characters are written, they all go to Amitabh Bachchan. ‘Characters like useless objects are given to people like Annie Malan who said we would reject them without taking too much time. So people like me are told that work is almost zero.

As well as being told that it is going to take a lot of hard work to look young. At the age of ’71, I said I work out for two hours every day so that I can maintain my body to beat 25 year old boys. I said I would color my hair and mustache. Sarath Saxena also appeared in the recently released film Sherney. Vidya Balan played the lead role in this film. Sarath Saxena has appeared in Telugu films like Simhadri, Bunny and SP Parashuram.

English summary

senior actor Sharat Saxena in an interview said that there is a scarcity of good roles for senior actors like him. He said that all the ‘good roles written for old people go to Amitabh Bachchan’, while actors like him are given ‘whatever scrapings are left’.




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