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Pankaj Tripathi recently pointed out that there was much misconception about the film industry

Pankaj Tripathi recently pointed out that there was much misconception about the film industry

Pankaj Tripathi



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Actor Pankaj Tripathi recently pointed out that there was much confusion and misconception about the film industry, particularly fuelled by updates posted on social media. “People think there is a lot of fun happening in the film industry. Just because actors run their PR machinery on fun footages like being spotted at an event, airport, etc. People think actors have a dreamy life,” the actor said.

Tripathi also talked about the difficulties he faced while shooting the soon-to-be released biopic Main Atal Hoon in which he wears prosthetics to resemble late Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee. He said, “Shooting is a very difficult task.”

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