Gulshan Grover opens up about his life, his films and how villains have changed over the years
The living room of Gulshan Grover’s Versova pad is a picture of calm with everything, including the upholstery done in white. On one side of the white wall hang black and white portraits of the star with eminent Hollywood personalities like Goldie Hawn, Ben Kingsley, Al Pachino and the likes. The other side of the wall in adorned with framed posters of his films. The room is devoid of any over-the-top furnishing with only one enormous couch holding the center of attention. Very functional indeed.
Grover walks into the room, dressed impeccably in formals. One look at him and it is difficult to imagine this courteous, soft-spoken man is the same man as his 'bad' on-screen persona. As he takes a seat opposite me and strikes the yogic pose with one dangling limb, one couldn’t help imagining that the real Grover is going to take over and mouth ‘I am a bad man’, his famous dialogue from Ram Lakhan.Read More »from Breaking bad in B’wood