Nandish Singh Sandhu who was part of Amazon Prime’s hit webshow Jubilee impressed the audience with his craft in a never seen before avatar as Jamshed Khan / Madan Kumar.
While Nandish has been a part of television, films and now OTT projects, his journey as an actor has definitely been full of challenges, but a fruitful one.
Nandish spoke to us exclusively about the challenges he overcame as an actor. Nandish Shares “Acting is an extremely demanding career, it requires you to invest a lot of time. It is a big waiting game. You can’t give up, you need to be at it! Perseverance and patience do eventually pay provided you keep working on your craft, polish it and move with times. At the same time you need to take care of your health both physical and mental. It is an extremely competitive industry.”
Nandish further shared how he maintains a healthy work-life balance and cares for his well-being in such a demanding industry. “I think the best way to maintain a healthy work-life balance is to learn how to disconnect. Basically things that make your soul happy and give you that feeling of satisfaction. For me some of those activities are meditation, breathing exercises, sports, catching up with friends, working for the environment, gardening, working with a couple of NGOs and help do my bit for humanity and Mother Earth”.
The actor also shed light upon the risk factor game in making choices for the right kind of projects. “Apart from all the fame, money, and popularity, everything that this industry gives you demands a lot. I feel it’s true- higher the risk-higher the reward. The reward-risk ratio in this industry is extremely high, and if you are ready to take the risks the rewards are very high. That’s also been true in my case. I have taken big risks in my career and it has rewarded me very well. But again that doesn’t work for everybody. It can’t be a rule as everybody is on their own. I believe that do things that make you happy and keep polishing your craft and learning new skills every day. Eventually everybody does get their due in the end,” concludes Nandish .