Sanjay Mishra starrer Kaamyaab backed by Shah Rukh Khan’s Red Chillies Entertainment, touched every heart that saw it. One such is that of world famous author Paulo Coelho’s. After the iconic author praised the film, today Sanjay Mishra himself has expresses is happiness in receiving praises from him. Below is what the Kaamyaab star has to say.
Paulo Coelho in his tweet after watching Sanjay Mishra’s Kaamyaab wrote, “The producers thank you in the very 1st frame, @iamsrk. I am doing the same. 2 days ago a great Brazilian actor , Flavio Migliaccio, committed suicide, leaving a note on how the industry treats their artists. This movie, labeled as “comedy”, is in fact the tragedy of Art.”
Yesterday, the tweet reached Shah Rukh Khan who replied in no time. Now Sanjay Mishra has reacted to the same according to a Mumbai Mirror report. He said, “When emotions connect, language is not a problem. Neither my mom nor I have read Paulo’s books but I told her he was a famous writer and she said my father would be very proud.”
Talking about Kaamyaab and the amazing reviews that followed, Sanjay Mishra said, “The first thing is that I have been cast as the actor and this is a Kaamyaabi for me. Doing the character well and getting good reviews from the critics is another Kaamyaabi for me. Toh Kaamyaabi ki raah par hai hum abhi.”
Meanwhile, yesterday in his reply to Paulo Coelho, Shah Rukh Khan wrote, “Saw the film when it was doing Festival rounds and it touched a chord with the whole team at @RedChilliesEnt Am so moved you appreciate. It’s a sad truth that character actors get forgotten. Look after yourself my friend and be safe & healthy.”
Saw the film when it was doing Festival rounds and it touched a chord with the whole team at @RedChilliesEnt Am so moved you appreciate. It’s a sad truth that character actors get forgotten. Look after yourself my friend and be safe & healthy https://t.co/4uKm1Zf5S2
— Shah Rukh Khan (@iamsrk) May 6, 2020
Kaamyaab directed by Hardik Mehta highlights the life of an supporting actor and how they live in the oblivion. The lens of the film takes a shift from the lead to the ones in the background and tells you what their story is.