Bollywood’s most famous villains are scared, said – if you do not show 45 at the age of 71, you will be thrown out of the industry

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  • Sharat Saxena has worked in more than 300 films in many languages ​​including Bollywood.
  • He played important roles in most popular Bollywood movies like Mr India, Agneepath, Tridev, Ghulam.
  • He had to go to the hospital several times to perform more than 600 action sequences during his film career.

Mumbai: Sharat Saxena, who has worked in more than 300 films in many languages ​​including Bollywood, does not need any recognition. People still remember him for his strong acting in many films and a huge fan base also likes his films. Sharat Saxena, who played negative roles in most of the films, has also done some positive roles in films. In which his performance has been especially appreciated. He was recently seen in Vidya Balan’s film Sherni.

Sharat Saxena has played memorable roles in most popular Bollywood movies like Mr India, Agneepath, Tridev, Ghulam, Bodyguard, Krish, Bajrangi Bhaija, Baghban. Sharat Saxena, known for his athletic body with strong acting, said in a recent interview, “My body was chubby and in the 70’s and 80’s chubby body was considered a crime because bodybuilders He is considered mentally retarded, illiterate, emotionless and not good at acting.” were coming. But today everything has changed.

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Although Sharat Saxena, who has won the hearts of fans by playing negative roles in many films, is afraid of one thing. He also said in his interview that I am 71 years old now but trying to look 45 years old otherwise I will not get the job and I will be thrown out of the industry.

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Sharat Saxena himself has done action scenes in films. He said that he has done more than 600 action sequences in his entire film career. I have also been to the hospital 12 times with injuries.

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However, very few people know about Sharat Saxena, who holds an engineering degree and came to Mumbai, the city of dreams, to become a hero in films. Here he not only met the role of a hero but also the character of a villain and today he has reached his destination.

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