Neil Nitin Mukesh says he begged producers for work
I begged for work: Neil Nitin on struggle in showbiz
Sat, Jun 14, 2014 03:30:04 GMT
Recalling his struggling days in Bollywood, actor Neil Nitin Mukesh has made a candid admission.
, who is the grandson of famed singer Neil Nitin Mukesh , says that despite being from a film family, he had to "beg" for work in showbiz.
The actor was present at the launch of spot girl-turned-author Komal Mehta's book "Spot Girl" when he disclosed his share of hardships in the filmdom.
"When I came in the industry, I have been to every single door. I have been to every producer's door. I literally begged them for work," the 32-year-old said here.
PHOTO: Neil Nitin Mukesh on the ramp
"Anyone I used to meet, used to say, 'Hi, hello' or 'Oh! You are Mukesh's grandson.' But nobody really gave me work. I was 22 years old at that time but I started struggling and finding work at the age 19," he added.
Neil Nitin Mukesh made an impressive debut with " " in 2007 and went on to be part of many films, including " Johnny Gaddaar ", " New York ", " Jail ", " Lafangey Parindey ", " 7 Khoon Maaf " and " Players ".
He is currently busy with Sooraj Barjatya's " " and A.R. Murugadoss' Tamil film "Kaththi".
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