Bollywood actor Rajkummar Rao is known for his versatile performances. He made his acting debut with the anthology Love Sex Aur Dhokha in 2010 but got success in Abhishek Kapoor's movie Kai Po Che!. Presently, the Shahid star is readying for the release of HIT: The First Case, which is the Hindi remake of the 2020 Telugu thriller with the same name. The movie also stars Sanya Malhotra in the lead and is directed by Sailesh Kolanu.
Recently, in a media chat, the Stree actor opened up about how he has done films where his heart wasn't there. Rajkummar further added that nobody can guarantee that the movies that are being made will make 100 crores or 200 crores at the box office as nobody knows that game nor the formula. The Aligarh actor revealed, "What we know is how to make a film with the utmost sincerity and to really give the film whatever you have. That's what makes me happy. I want to go back home after a day's work and think 'you know, I did something good today.' And I feel that I want to feel content doing that job. So I'm gonna just be in that process forever. I started with that. Films like Shahid, Newton, LSD made me happy." Rajkummar told that in between, he chose maybe one or two films, where his heart was not there and he will not be doing that anymore. He added that he will do films where he wants to be happy being on the set.
Furthermore, the Queen actor spoke about Badhaai Do being underrated and told that there are some films that are meant for life, while are meant for the weekend and a week, and then the audience forgets about it after two years. "I'm not saying because these are my films. In other movies like The Godfather, you know, these films will be there for life, people will be watching them even after 100 years. Similarly, with my films like Shahid or Sanya Malhotra's Pagglait, you know, people will be watching it even after we are gone. So yes, you have to make your choices," the Trapped actor told.