Nobody is irreplaceable in Bollywood: Rajkummar
Mumbai: Every time Rajkummar Rao decides he will do only two films a year, but the "greedy" actor says he cannot let go of a good script as everyone is replaceable in the industry.
Last year, Rajkummar had as many as six releases with films such as Trapped, Bareilly Ki Barfi and Newton.
The actor began 2018 with Omerta, followed by Fanney Khan and is geared up for his third release, Stree, a horror comedy directed by Amar Kaushik.
Rajkummar says he finds it impossible to refuse a good film and hence ends up doing it.
"Whenever I think I'm going to do two films a year, I get another wonderful story, like Stree, and I'm like wow! Everybody is replaceable, nobody is irreplaceable here. If I'm going to say no to it because I want to do two films a year and sit at home, someone else will," he says.
"I am a greedy actor, I want all the scripts to come to me. So I do all the good films which come my way, even if it means I'll rest a little less. Every time I think I'm going to take it slow, a good script comes along," he adds.
It is not that the 33-year-old actor has not turned down a project, but whenever he has he has been honest about it.