Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Jim Sarbh Quotes. Let’s look at these pieces of wisdom. We definitely have something to learn from them!
It’s nice to get compliments from both girls and guys.
I think that’s the magic of any part – unravelling the mystery of what kind of person your guy is based on the words he says and the actions that he does.
If you are being interviewed, just be polite, have fun.
In theatre, I get comedy or nice lead roles. I don’t understand a grey or negative role.
I heard that Sanjay Leela Bhansali has an eye for detail, and it shows in his work, but seeing it firsthand is a powerful experience.
As you know, before entering the glamorous world of Bollywood, I was into theatre, where I played varied roles, from a lover boy to a servant.
I don’t really know or care about trends.
Strangely, or maybe not so strangely, a lot of the roles that I am offered are of Muslim characters, maybe because I looked a certain way in ‘Neerja.’ But I am actually Parsi.
I am quite an animal and nature lover.
I appreciate being known as ‘best character’ rather than as the ‘best bad guy.’
Ranveer is a great co-actor. He is extremely reactive and extremely responsive. He is a pleasure to work with.
My father was the captain of a cargo ship. When I was about two years old, we used to sail with him. The crew of his ship would dress me up in fancy dress and make me dance for them. I was a performing monkey!
I just do what I get cast in.
When you are not successful, nobody listens to you.
It occurred to me that actors are selfish, and they think that the world revolves around them. For one year, I quit, and I went to an ashram in Bihar and went to Himalayas backpacking.
It is important for an actor to play different roles.
I am a little bored of playing negative characters.
Any actor who says that they don’t want the attention, and that they’re tired of all the interviews and photoshoots, are just pretending.
I acted all through school and college.
In ‘Padmaavat,’ you are pushed to be as good as the frame, to have a presence that lives up to the grand, operatic, intricate, beautiful frame that you inhabit. I love trying to rise to that.
I have a car, but I don’t use it very much – only when I go for my shoots – so the carbon footprint is tiny.
I really enjoyed working with Ranveer Singh.
‘Neerja’ is such a solid film. Everything about the film has substance, be it sound, writing, story, background scores, or direction.
I do have carbon footprints because of travel, but apart from that, I am simple guy.
If I was lying on the side of the mountain, dying, would I have any regrets? Yeah. I would regret not making films.
The Rotterdam Film Festival really makes you feel like part of a film family.
I would love to work with anybody who has a good story to tell – Patrick Graham, Vikramaditya Motwane, Anurag Kashyap, Neeraj Ghaywan, Coen Brothers, Wes Anderson. I don’t know why I was not considered for that Indian guy’s part in ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel.’
I started to view theatre like a spiritual experience. You’re on stage saying somebody else’s lines, but you’re saying them with full commitment of being that person.
Be it films or shows or plays, it’s the content that matters the most.
Acting is acting, regardless of the medium.
I am interested in seeing ‘Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota’ by Vasan Bala, so I would like to work with him, and I also would like to work with Vikram Aditya Motwani, Abhishek Chaubey, Vishal Bhardwaj, and Kabir Khan.
I’m just glad to be part of groovy films.
Ideally, for me, the power of appreciation lies in getting better roles and being given more responsibility as an actor.
I’m really a nice guy!
I was afraid that I’d be typecast as the token firang. That happened initially. Now, I am acting in ‘Noises Off’ and ‘Menagerie,’ where all of us are playing British and American characters. That makes me feel better.
I am not interested in one-sided characters.
What I play on screen doesn’t bother me.
I don’t believe in the separation between mankind and nature. Mankind is nature.
I have done one or two plays in New York briefly.
I am an eco-friendly person and a vegetarian.
Sometimes, even when you aren’t shooting, 25 percent of your brain is still with your character.
Your whole life doesn’t have to be one long, smart monologue.
It’s harder to scream at someone you just chatted with at lunch. I mean, if you’re a superb actor, you might be able to do that, but I couldn’t do it.
If the role is complicating and challenging enough for me to push me out of my comfort zone, then I get very excited.
It feels good to be able to work with a director and actors I’ve admired.