Selective! Aftab Shivdasani on groupism in Bollywood: ‘I avoided it since I would not like to be claimed by anyone!’👀👀
Aftab Shivdasani made his presentation in the 1999 discharge ‘Pole’ inverse Urmila Matondkar. Be that as it may, even before that he showed up as a youngster on-screen character in numerous movies including the religion exemplary ‘Mr India’. Aftab then proceeded to complete a few movies in the mid 2000 resembles ‘Masti’, ‘Awara Paagal Deewana’, ‘Hungama’ and some more. He made a spot for himself in the multi starrer comedies sort. In spite of doing such a large number of movies and being a piece of the business for such a significant number of years Aftab never decided to adhere to one creation house or be a piece of a specific ‘camp’ in Bollywood.
In an elite visit with ETimes, Aftab glanced back at his long vocation and furthermore talked about wearing another cap – of turning a maker with his better half Nin Dusanj.
When requested to share his musings on the camps and gatherings in Bollywood Aftab stated, “This groupism was called as campism in the mid 2000’s the place individuals were stating this one have a place with YRF, Bhatt or different camps.
I was never exposed to this as I generally worked with a wide range of makers and I was amicable to everything except never close. Along these lines, at whatever point they had a job and they would call me then I would proceed to meet them.
I completed 9 movies with Vikram Bhatt, 5 or 6 movies with RGV yet I was never a piece of their camps. It’s essentially how you act and I have been well disposed to all. Karan (Johar) is even a far off relative of mine however I have never been near anybody. I’ve been considerate, overall quite well disposed to everybody and along these lines I don’t have any foes. So I have never conciously gone into a camp or a gathering which is the reason I have warded myself off on the peripheries of this groupism versus campism belief systems .”