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Jim Sarbh doesn’t want to play villain anymore

Jim Sarbh doesn’t want to play villain anymore:

One would know Jim from the significant characters he has played. He has been an associate actor as of now, and his first notable movie was Padmaavat, where he was Khilji’s gay attendant. The portrayal of the gay character was splendid, and it was a seductive character that emerged. Overall, the movie had a few good characters, and Khilji and his attendant were quite the talk of the town. Jim also acted in Sanju and Neerja, and now he says that he is not interested to perform in negative roles anymore.

 

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Jim’s state of mind:

Jim puts forward his piece of mind, he says that he is not going to play the villain for a while. He says that it isn’t because of his distaste for acting, but because he wants to experiment with other things as of now, and chiefly because he is tired of being a villain. He reiterates that he must refuse certain opportunities and accept some opportunities. Else, he would remain the bad guy. Jim had been extremely active in the theatre world, before his life at the Bollywood movies. He talks about being adaptive in the different roles he has played.

Jim talks of school days:

Jim talks about his childhood days, and how early he began as a play actor. He spoke about his experiences revealing that only once did he stop acting, when he stayed at the Ashram for five months, but even then he was cast as Jesus. Jim says that there’s no escape in acting, it always comes back. His performance as the Drug peddler in the movie Sanju has been highly appreciated. Of course we are also waiting to see how well Jim handles the ositive characters. So far he was also involved in a tiny fiasco that happened in the film festival, where he cracked a rape joke.

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