Recently, in a chat show, Chaturvedi revealed that he had turned down the role and didn’t even audition for it. He said,
“I wanted to start with a lead role and Bollywood had enough examples to scare me into believing that the hero’s friend gets typecast. I thought it wasn’t an important character initially.”
He also adds,
“After the trailer launch, my parents called me to inform that a journalist had called to ask about me. They were very proud.”
he smiled. He continued,
“For me, it has never been about being in the limelight.”
As Gully Boy has been selected as India’s official entry to the Oscars in the Best Foreign Language Film category, he is looking forward to making an appearance on the red carpet in Los Angeles.
Does he have a date in mind for the evening? Pat comes the answer – Emma Watson.
On the work front, Siddhant Chaturvedi is all set for the Excel Entertainment Inside Edge franchise with Inside Edge 2. He has two films in his kitty as well, one is an action film and the other is a comedy film.