A Gentleman agreed, Sidharth Malhotra feels that he has an alter ego issue which makes him want to hit people and fight. No guesses that this Bollywood hot star has enjoyed shooting for his recent action movie A Gentleman which releases this Friday. As he said ” Being a struggling actor, there have been many people in the past that I’d like to beat up,” he also adds up to this by saying one censored line from his movie perfectly sums up the struggling actor days “Jhund hai meri life bhen***d” that was pretty much his life in Mumbai initially when he moved to this city from Capital. The 32-year-old actor had been through some rough days initially. As suggested by the Director duo of the movie – A Gentleman Nidimoru and Krishna D.K, this movie will be a typical popcorn flick to catch up, with plenty of action and witty one-liners and yes, of course, a love story to add to this.
The movie is based on the mistaken identity, as Sidharth Malhotra is playing a double role in this movie. As Rishi, he is this suave and classy slick and a lean killing machine whose personality is more in relatable for Sidharth as it is actually in line with what the actor think of himself and believes that he has got an alter ego to fight people anytime and anywhere.
Sidharth is just six movies old in the Bollywood industry but is on purpose driving his journey in the industry slowly and steadily, as he doesn’t want to hold himself to any one particular genre. He has come a long way from his first movie SOTY (2012). The next few months will see his new movies coming out. Out of which one will be with Neeraj Pandey called Aiyaari, this movie will also have Manoj Bajpayee along side him. After that, there will be Ittefaq that is a remake of the 1969 film. Ittefaq will be a suspense thriller while Aiyaari is based on true story of two army men.