Actor Pankaj Tripathi feels empowered and potential to take on the duty to look more than ever today. He addressed the issue through an audio clip made on social media.
“We remember being selfless and helping anyone who seems in need. Believe me, doing so will make you feel good. Attention is always welcome, especially in times of crisis. A book I recently read describes how in the face of a powerful king of the jungle – this is the lion -, all the inhabitants of the forest have to look after themselves, ”Pankaj said.
“In human society it is not the same. Those of us who have power and power must take on the duty to look to others today who need us more than ever,” he added.
While life is slowly returning to normal, Pankaj will be looking forward to his future films. The next version will probably be called “83”. The film tells the first story of the 1983 Cricket World Cup victory in India. Tripathi plays the director of the Man Singh team in the film Ranveer Singh Kapil Dev, the captain of the Indian team.
He will be seen with Akshay Kumar in the film “Bachchan Pandey” which is currently on the floors of Jaisalmer (Rajasthan). Director Farhad Samji’s film also features Arshad Wars, Jacqueline Fernandez, Kriti Sanon and Prate Babbar.
His other projects include “Mimi” with Kriti Sanon, a film about surrogacy.