Bollywood has now recently woken up to the versatility of Pankaj Tripathi. He is one of the most
talented and gifted actors in the country.
Amid the ongoing lockdown, Pankaj Tripathi shared the experience in jail. The actor was called in to serve some time with the prisoners in Bihar Jail and talk to them. Pankaj said that spending time with cheats and alcoholics made him start valuing the good.
“Maine thugon ko, chandaalon ko, lekhakon ko, vidhwano ko aas paas dekha hai. Bade bade sharabiyon ke saath din guzare hain aur un sabne milke banaya hai”, he asserted.
The ace performer has starred in massively successful films and web series. His highly praised
work in “Sacred Games”, “Mirzapur”, “Gangs of Wasseypur”, “Bareily ki Barfi” and “Luki Chuppi” makes him an actor way out of anyone’s league. Pankaj can play any role to perfection.
Pankaj Tripathi shared, “The value of good happens only when we have seen the bad. I have seen the worst and best of times over the last decade, which is why every success, every joy is of so much value.”
Pondering over life and urging people to remain hopeful, he said, “if bad has happened, it is inevitable that it gets better. I still think of my brief jail stint where I was surrounded by all kinds of people and I had an epiphany that I needed to make something better of my life. Every experience is nature’s way to ask you to better yourself. Look for that sign!”
Meanwhile, Pankaj is gearing up for the big release of “Gunjan Saxena: The Kargil Girl” starring Janhvi Kapoor. The actor will also be seen playing a crucial role in Kabir Khan’s “83”.
His highly awaited web series “Mirzapur 2” is yet to have an official release date.