Guru Randhawa, a singer, says he gained confidence in his acting abilities after appearing in music videos with female actors.
Guru Randhawa has been in the music industry for a decade and has gone from strength to strength. And in 2022, he’ll make his acting debut for the first time. The singer recently announced on social media that he will be making his film debut alongside Anupam Kher.
What made him decide to take this step at this point in his career? “It’s been very instinctive for me.” I was given the opportunity a while ago, and it seemed like the right time to try something new and enriching. To be honest, there was no set procedure, and this particular one was the result of a chain of events. It all fell into place so quickly that I found myself training for it. “When I first heard the story, I was confident that I could put in my hard work and effort… it just felt like the right time and opportunity for me,” he tells us.
He claims he gained confidence from acting in his music videos alongside female actors. “It made me realise that I could work hard as an actor as well, with proper training and commitment,” he says.
The 31-year-old, best known for chart-topping singles such as Lahore and High Rated Gabru, is unconcerned about working with Kher. In fact, he describes it as “one of the best things that has ever happened to me.” “I can’t think of a better launch than this.” Working with such veteran actors has been a great learning experience for me. There is so much to learn from him and everyone else on the sets every day. Throughout the shoot, Anupam sir has been extremely helpful and supportive. Being next to him and watching him act teaches me so much. “I’m grateful and grateful to him,” Randhawa says.
While it has been common for singers to move into acting and vice versa over the years, he insists that singing will always be his first love. “However, as an artist, I’d love to broaden my horizons and put my skills to the test.” “I’m looking forward to embarking on this new adventure and seeing how life unfolds,” he says.