Navneet Malik ‘a freelance actor’ speaks about his foray into the web space
Actor Navneet Malik says that on release day, all actors, whether experienced or inexperienced, experience anxiety. “Experiencing jitters and anxiety”
Actor Navneet Malik says that on release day, all actors, whether experienced or inexperienced, experience anxiety.
In The Freelancer, Navneet Malik’s last appearance was as a hostile avatar.
Anxiety attacks and nervousness are comparable to your debut day. A separate game is also playing another area in a lengthier structure, like an eight-part series or something similar. In contrast to my feature debut (Heropanti 2), where I had insomnia, I anticipated The Freelancer, my first OTT series, to be a lot simpler adjustment. However, since there are now more options for web shows, the pressure has increased. Because I want to set a high standard for myself as an actor, not only for the audience, the Love Hostel actor explains.
Malik continues, “When an actor gets to work with the right makers, half of his job is done.” If a skilled director is in charge, a strong screenplay gains even more value. Like my series, which received numbers because it checked all the right boxes for me. Fortunately, in my instance, this has been the case.
I consider myself lucky to be able to act appropriately and associate with the appropriate individuals. Additionally, I have developed my ability to play antagonist with great quickness and realism, which is what OTT has developed for the newer generation of actors, according to Nawazuddin, who will be seen next on Netflix for a series.
Malik is looking forward to his forthcoming movie alongside Sanjay Dutt. “It will be a unique sort of movie. I’m excited about getting to portray him when he was younger. I enjoyed working with him, so I’m a little bummed that the session is coming to an end. I’ll certainly miss working on the set and meeting Sanjay Dutt. Additionally, I am excited about a few other projects that will start shortly,” says Malik in conclusion.