Words matter. These are the best Raza Murad Quotes, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
I have been working for both the small and the big screen and I found advantage in both of them and disadvantage in none.
A movie should be made keeping in mind they are not hurting any religious sentiments.
Piracy should be taken very seriously and strong actions should be taken against it.
Our society is ridden with corruption and corrupt people. This is perhaps the reason why despite receiving several offers, I am unwilling to contest elections as I lack what it takes to become a politician.
It’s the Punjabi film industry that sustained me and my family for eight years. It is because of my work in Punjabi films that I was able to survive.
Look around, Punjab is full of potential, talent, handsome faces.
I did not do a romantic role in the prime of my youth.
Bollywood is living off Punjabi music, culture, and its talent.
Government should give citizenship to anyone irrespective of religion.
Jammu and Kashmir has a scenic beauty and I feel that the film industry rather than going abroad in countries like Switzerland and Australia, should visit Kashmir – which is the only Heaven on Earth for the shoots.
When I joined the industry there were mafia like Haji Mastan and Vardharajan. They had a healthy relationship with film stars. Their men never came calling for ‘petis’ and ‘khokas.’ In fact they used to felicitate film personalities.
I own a flat in Ansal plaza in Shyamla Hills area and am also a member of Lakeview Enclave Welfare Society but I didn’t know that there was a separate society of E-block.
‘Prem Granth’ was a good film, but it didn’t work.
A.K. Hangal has worked with so many Bollywood personalities. In fact, during his good times he worked with A-listers of the industry and it was so disappointing to see none of them turned up for his funeral.
As kids, we were taught to respect every religion and tradition.
Hindi films are watched with keen interest in Pakistan, as Pakistani plays are watched in India. Pakistani actors also work in the Indian entertainment industry.
In my 41 years of experience in our film industry I’ve noticed that people make a lot of promises in the evening which they promptly forget in the morning.
I think stopping any Muslim artist from performing at Ramlila is a cheap gimmick to gain publicity.
I cannot choose the roles that I get, but I can choose to work hard and do justice to my role, and give my hundred per cent.
Kashmiri Pandits are the worst victim of intolerance who were forced to leave their houses, I saw their camps and am appalled to see the conditions they are forced to live in.
My casting in ‘Uncle On The Rocks’ is like Rajpal Yadav being cast as Shahenshah or Akbar.
Destiny wasn’t on the side of Rajiv Kapoor. Worse actors than him have succeeded in this industry.
I believe homosexuality is very common these days. Nowadays, gay communities are asking for their rights, asking to abolish Article 377. Every religion has homosexuals and lesbians.
The traditional villain has died a natural death. Today even a hero can portray a negative character. There are no lines drawn. The scope for actors like me has condensed.
Dad began his career in 1941. He started as a character actor and remained one right up to ’87.
I have worked on television and love the medium for its connect with the audience.
Strict laws should be made and implemented against people who leak pirated versions of films online. This is completely anti-national.
I was really touched when I reached the sets of ‘Padmaavat’ and I greeted Sanjay Leela Bhansali. He hugged me, held my hand high and told everyone, ‘Razasaab is with us again. I cannot think of a film without Razasaab!’ That was such a big compliment for me.
I have played many negative roles in films, and television gives me an opportunity to break through this image and portray another side to me.
It is the birthright of every under trial citizen of our country to apply for bail, and its the prerogative of the honourable judge to either grant or reject it.
See as a Muslim myself, I have never faced any intolerance or any discrimination in any part of the country, instead I have been showered with love, but the people who say that they have faced intolerance must be given a chance to speak up, instead of muzzling their voice.
I am a trained actor and an alumnus of the Film and Television Institute of India (FTII).
Actors like Pran Sahab, Jagdeep, Asrani established their identities by doing specialized roles but today acting is more general. Actors used to be image conscious then but now heroines are also playing negatives, it is a notable change.
In ’81, my father had an attack of paralysis.
If Narendra Modi wants the hearts of two communities to meet, he must first truly love Muslims.