The man synonymous with the villainy of Bollywood, Gulshan Grover, released his book Bad Man at the 38th Sharjah International Book Fair. Grover, famous for movies like Ram Lakhan, Mohra, Khiladiyon Ka Khiladi narrates the rough paths he had to cross in his career through his memoir.
“I am extremely happy to be known as not just the villain of Bollywood but the ‘Bad Man’ of Indian cinema. It didn’t just happen accidently; I chose to be a villain, I worked very hard for it. I planned it, I struggled for it, and I chose particular kind of films – to be able to create a mega brand of a bad man,” said Gulshan Grover. He shared his experience of working in Hollywood and the difference in the narratives of both the industries. He said that he wanted youngsters to be inspired from the battle that he had to fight. He also shared about his future projects and said that he would be directing a film soon.
Introducing his son, Sanjay Grover to the audience, the book was launched with Gulshan Grover and Ravi Deecee at the Sharjah Expo Centre.