Randeep HoodaThe recent film 'Swatantra Veer Savarkar' finished thirteen days in theaters. The film has performed decently at the box office, but often struggles to maintain momentum on some days. Randeep, who handled the film's direction, acting and even production, spoke about Bollywood's no-show in this biographical political drama.
While talking to Siddharth Kannan, Randeep reacted that he doesn't know what kind of support he should ask others for. He mentioned that everyone is busy with their own work. Randeep believes that the industry is not an animal but a large entity of which he is also a part. Many people, including his former directors, guided him through this process. “So I don’t understand what help I should ask for. Should I ask for money? I would love for people to watch my film and not drown in the political connotations attached to it,” he stated.

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In the same interview, the actor admitted that the lack of promotion of his projects on social media may have affected their acceptance and he also does not tweet in support of third-party films. Randeep never looked for people to work with that often; he considered himself a fraud whenever he made such moves. By stating that he has worked with almost every prominent person in the industry, the actor made clear his desire to work with Yash Raj, Karan Joharthe Bhatts, Sajid Nadiadwala and a few more.
The actor did not receive the expected criticism from experts for his role in the Hollywood film 'Extraction'. Others' assumption about him being “arrogant” and staying out of the “B club” may be the reason for such silence. “I must have had one of the most important roles in history (for an Indian in Hollywood), but no one said anything. But yes, sometimes a pat on the back is a good thing,” Randeep added.
Randeep admitted that he went to Bollywood parties mainly for his own enjoyment, but not to make connections. He wishes he could learn to play at an even younger age. But it doesn't come naturally to him.
As of now, 'Swatantra Veer Savarkar' could earn just Rs 17 crores according to sacnilk. It also presents Ankita Lokhande It is Amit Shit in crucial roles.