Words matter. These are the best Ashish Sharma Quotes, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
‘Siya Ke Ram’ is the story of Sita and Ram as two equally strong individuals, and I feel ‘Ramayan’ is as much as Sita’s journey as it is Ram’s.
When I came to Mumbai, I only wanted to be an actor, and my approach hasn’t digressed over the years. I never really hoped to be in the limelight or wanted to be a star.
I am the kind who is always on time while shooting.
I’d rather sit at home than be a part of a popular show and be a piece of furniture.
If loving your job qualifies you as a workaholic, then yes, I am one for sure!
My family is really happy that I’m playing Ram.
A lot of people thought that it was a foolish step to move to television. But for me, it is all about the creative satisfaction I get.
We always see a trend on TV, and others follow suit. I think ‘Rangrasiya’ will be a trend setter, too.
I like the fact that the audience does notice the hard work that I put in to maintain my physique, and there is nothing better than having your hard work appreciated!
All the characters in ‘Rang Rasiya’ are inspired from the Shakespearean drama ‘Othello.’ This is exactly what interested me to take up this role.
I was always passionate about acting.
Those who aren’t actors needn’t juggle from lean to bulky and back. It’s great to maintain a stable body type. Be consistent in your approach towards fitness.
TV does not offer much for the male lead actors, but I was lucky to act in shows like ‘Chandragupta Maurya,’ ‘Rab Se Sohna Isshq,’ ‘Gunahon Ka Devta,’ and ‘Rangrasiya.’
If you ask me, I would love to see works like Sharat Chandra Chatterjee’s ‘Badi Didi,’ Munshi Premchand’s ‘Nirmala,’ and Phanishwar Nath Renu’s ‘Maila Anchal’ come alive on small screen.
Men in Rajasthan pride themselves on their moustaches. It is a sign of their masculinity.
A film shoot usually wraps up in a couple of months. But television shoots involve longer hours of work.
I am inspired by the kind of films Raj Kumar Gupta and Imtiaz Ali make.
If two actors can communicate well during a scene, it works and makes for good chemistry.
I feel good when I come to Ahmedabad.
I choose grey characters, as I enjoy playing a human character. I don’t shy away from showing the shortcomings of my characters.
I can feel this pressure of living up to the expectations of people. I hope I can fulfill it.
I don’t know why people feel popular actors avoid doing mytho shows. Aren’t they also doing good? Sometimes such shows give you more fame.
I love watching ‘Game of Thrones,’ ‘Rome,’ and ‘Spartacus’ from the period dramas genre.
To play a Punjabi guy in ‘Rab se Sohna Isshq,’ I had to put on muscle.
I have very few friends and don’t talk much.
I was on the lookout for something different, as I was exhausted with the fiction space. When I was asked to host ‘Tujhse Naaraz Nahin Zindagi,’ it was not as an actor but as an individual, and on being explained the concept, I found it interesting and accepted it since it was about real people and real life.
Every role I have played has had a bit of me in them.
I can’t stand the slow pace of Jaipur anymore. I like staying in Mumbai, as everyone is on the move.
‘Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa’ has helped me shed my inhibitions. Dancing in front of an audience was not easy for me. But I managed it and got progressively comfortable with the audience as the weeks progressed.
If my work is liked, not just Karan Johar or Remo D’Souza, anyone would give me roles.
I respect women but do not necessarily believe that women need to compete with men.
This journey from non-dancer to dancer has given me a lot of self-confidence and inner strength. I feel like a different person.
There are too many positive and goody male characters on TV, and they work, so its good for them. I feel each to their own. If it works for them, it’s fine. I don’t connect to such characters, so I won’t do them.
Working on television is much more stressful than working for a movie. The pace of work is relaxed while shooting a movie.
Of course I want to do films. But to me, television is equally important. It is where I got recognition.
I love period dramas – be it romance or philosophy.
Juggling ‘Rangrasiya’ and ‘Jhalak’ at the same time was a big thing. It has made me headstrong.
There’ll always be a difference between a star and an actor. I’ve nothing against stars. They’ve earned it and deserve it. I’m happy being just an actor.
Whenever you give a shot, the nervous energy in your stomach is the key to that emotional breakdown, that kick that is needed to perform.
When I came into television, the serials were all women-centric, while the men had to stand around like furniture. I wasn’t willing to be a prop in serials. To my good fortune, I got serials where I was a central character.
I have always been a huge fan of Shakespeare.
I always had this dream to act: so much so, even as a child, I used to take part in Ram Leelas.
I have been a good theatre artiste since my school and college days, but when I participated in ‘Cine Stars Ki Khoj,’ I realised that I could touch people’s hearts when I performed.
I don’t want to do roles in films which I have already done on TV. What is the point of jumping to films and doing the same thing?
Shows with good content are important, and not the genre.