Vikrant Massey believes films shouldn't solely be about money

Vikrant Massey was last seen in the hit film 12th Film

By Web Desk
April 14, 2024
Vikrant Massey believes films shouldn't solely be about money

Vikrant Massey, who was last seen in the film 12th Fail, which became successful, grossing approximately INR 60 crore globally, expressed that it feels unnatural to solely pursue films for financial gain.

During an interview with Pinkvilla, the 37-year-old actor emphasized his stance on not allowing monetary considerations to shape his future decisions.


The Haseen Dillruba actor also expressed his commitment to narrating stories about ordinary individuals.

Vikrant said that the film's success should not lead to a situation where he abuses the privilege bestowed upon him.

He told, “The idea is to not misuse your privilege. Today, we sit in a place of privilege. Always wanted to act in the movies, and here we are, working with some of the best people."

"But the idea is to go out there and represent the common man, and not to misuse your privilege."

Vikrant further said, “It’s such an influential… You can’t take your privilege for granted. You can’t get complacent, you can’t believe, even for a moment, (that you’ve made it)."

"The idea is to be as honest and hard working as you can be. One very basic example would be to not go out there and do a film for the heck of money. I don’t think I can do that, it doesn’t come naturally to me.”