Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Gurmeet Choudhary Quotes. Let’s look at these pieces of wisdom. We definitely have something to learn from them!
I had achieved a lot on TV and I wanted to do a film. And during that time I was told many that ‘you are a TV star, when people can watch you for free on TV who will buy a ticket to watch you on screen?’ I faced it a lot.
I played Ram in ‘Ramayan’ for two years and I learnt to be a good human being from that character.
I love performing stunts; the more dangerous they are, the more I am driven.
From getting good grades in school, to thinking about getting a good career and settling down, we all have been running a rat race. We always thought that we were doing it for ourselves but actually we were doing it for others. Like, I realized, I never had time for myself.
I played Lord Ram. It was a difficult character because I was just 21 years old and I played Ram at such a young age.
We made a lot of videos about home workouts, the food we were having etc., and trying to motivate ourselves and others. But when a few people in my building tested positive for COVID-19, we got anxious. I was feeling low, and that’s when Debina and I started meditating.
I am shy. I was unable to say I love you to my wife, unable to propose, so I am that shy.
I can’t believe that I have so many fans in Indonesia. It is overwhelming.
But after sincerely doing TV for years, there came a point when I felt that I should try films because I wanted to take on a new challenge in life.
I think acting comes from within, even if the person is a model.
I prioritize my work and find time for both my work and my family.
Yoga, for me, is finding my inner peace.
TV made me a star, but I wanted to be a movie star. So I started auditioning for films and during the initial days, I did face nepotism. But isn’t it everywhere?
Bruce Lee has fascinated me since childhood.
‘Paltan’ is a very special film to me.
Because I’ve seen so many different cultures, I can carry off anything comfortably and with confidence, even dhotis and lungis.
Yes, I’m extremely choosy about my work.
I thank God for giving me Debina.
I end up picking clothes in black and white mostly.
I practice Kriya Yoga, which is a form of meditation. I do that twice a day and regular yoga once a day.
I won’t work with an unknown banner or director. I want to work with good, known people so my efforts can be noticed.
I have grown to realize that anything is possible if you are fit – from wearing clothes of your choice to thinking positive.
If you notice, many star kids don’t get signed after their first film flops.
‘Geet’ was a completely different show from me. From playing Ram previously to essaying Maan Singh, it was a different experience altogether.
With gyms unaccessible, Yoga is the only way to keep yourself fit.
I am forever grateful to ‘Ramayan’ for making me who I am today. Had I not played this role, I would have never become an actor.
A lot of people think that I and Debina met while filming for ‘Ramayan,’ and then we got married in 2011. Very few know that when we were nothing, we weren’t actors, we were only looking for work – we were just 19 and 20 years old, we eloped and got married, in 2006. We did not tell our parents.
Sometimes fans land up at my home. Some time ago an 80-year-old lady from Chandigarh came home and wrote off her property to me. I had to hire legal help to get rid of the unwanted gift.
I get by with power naps.
We both were a part of a contest when we first met, and I clearly remember that Debina was gymming when I first saw her. I too was in the gym, and I too started lifting weights to impress her. But she didn’t notice me at all.
My dream was to be on the 70mm screen.
I have started my career with roles where all I needed to mouth was 1 line. That’s how I began on TV.
There are 1,000 videos available, which can help you learn different types of workout. If nothing, then you can just take a walk in your vicinity, go for a jog or even take the stairs instead of lifts and escalators.
I always want to work with a good director who’s backed by excellent producers.
This is a very competitive industry and everyone is scared that their career might finish if they deliver a flop film.
I had told Debina that I’d make our marriage official only when I could afford a home for her. Strangely, the media never got to know. Only our very close friends knew, not our family.
Mukesh Bhatt’s wife had seen my performance in ‘Geet,’ and that is when she had decided to launch me in Bollywood. So, the credit of getting launched with such a big banner, and being recognized by people goes to my character in ‘Geet.’
I am not choosy and would work in any film with a good script.
In fact, I used to get film offers even when I was playing Lord Ram on television. However, none of them were worth jeopardizing my thriving television career.
Post ‘Geet,’ I thought I would not work for at least six months, but when ‘Punar Vivaah’ came to me, I couldn’t refuse.
I believe when you work hard, even if you are a mediocre actor, the audience connects to you.
My dad was in the army, I studied in army school and I am born in an army hospital.
I believe Ram chose me in 2008 to express himself. Ram is a hero and it was a big challenge for me back then.
For the role of a lawyer, I made sure I learnt the correct diction and most importantly I made sure I got the lawyer lingo correct.
It is not easy to behave and be someone else if one does not prepare well for it.
I like experimenting and picking up trends from across the world.
There’s also been a time when I had become the highest paid TV actor of all time. I could have stayed in my comfort zone, making crores with serials. But I always wanted to act in films.
‘Ramayan’ was my first show which propelled me as an actor and helped me gain visibility.
Speaking for myself, my career has been on the upswing ever since Debina came into my life. Some of the biggest superstars of Bollywood became successful after marriage.
An actor’s job is to maintain the balance between the projects they decide to take up.