Mumbai: Actor Sanjay Mishra, who has been in Hindi filmdom for about two decades, says he is still new to the industry and has “a lot more to achieve”.
"I am happy and satisfied with the kind of work I am doing. I feel good. I still feel I am new to this industry. I have a lot more to achieve. I can't say I have achieved everything but I am satisfied with the kind of roles I am getting,” Sanjay told IANS.
Sanjay also feels that cinema is an expensive medium and it’s the actors responsibility to do good films.
"Things have changed in the showbiz. It's a good phase to be in this industry. The audience is alert these days and wants to see different films. They don't want to see just entertainment.
“Cinema is an expensive medium so as an actor, it’s our responsibility to do good films and give returns. Now many actors are being accepted and that's great,” he said.
The actor, who has been appreciated for his performances in films like "Dum Laga Ke Haisha" and "Golmaal 3", will now feature in Rohit Shetty's forthcoming directorial"Dilwale".