Mumbai. Vardhan Puri, the grandson of late Bollywood actor Amrish Puri, says that he knows everything about cinema and the acting he inherited from his grandfather. Vardhan, who considers his grandfather’s advice about acting to be a stone streak for himself, says that he will always remember all the things he used to do with Amrish Puri. Vardhan, who is going to start the innings, said, “My grandfather always used to explain to me, used to tell me about acting. He came to the movies from the theater and used to say that often the actors coming to the movies from the theater later forget the theater. Their behavior also changes. But this should not happen. “He said” Dada used to say that being professional is a different thing but stardom should not be allowed to dominate itself. The artist of the theater should be saved inside you. When connected to your roots, chances of failure are less. Whatever Dada taught me, everything is a streak of stone for me. Vardhan said, “I have seen all his films, which is my biggest training to become an actor.” He told me that preparation is the most important and I am paying full attention to it. My whole family is connected to the theater. We are all theater artists. This is how I grew up. Theater is a very honest medium. “According to Vardhan, he does not feel pressured but believes that it is his responsibility to carry forward his family’s legacy in the right way.
His film “Yeh Saali Aashiqui” will be released on 22 November. Jayantilal Gada has produced this film under the direction of Chirag Ruparel. Shivalika Oberoi is also starting her acting career with the film.