Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Siddharth Shukla Quotes. Let’s look at these pieces of wisdom. We definitely have something to learn from them!
As a model, only a limited number of people knew about me.
Acting is acting at the end of the day. How does it matter if it is in films or on TV?
I come from a school of thoughts where I actually don’t plan anything.
I am not one of those actors who will abandon my flagship serial, my main claim to fame, just because I’ve done a hit movie.
It’s important that we treat our bodies with respect because it’s what we have to make do with as long as we live.
I sleep early and I don’t party.
I have been tagged mischievous since childhood and was known as a prankster.
I am really grateful to ‘Balika Vadhu’ for the recognition I have got because of it. People know me and like me because of it.
I mean there’s something I have achieved in life, even if it’s little, and if people write about it, then it’s fine.
Television is growing. It is a huge market for great content.
To be honest, I am very comfortable with myself.
Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 6′ was the turning point in my career.
I don’t think the audience for film or TV is different. I think they are the same people who go out on weekends.
My lunch is the staple Indian meal – rotis, vegetables and dal. But instead of wheat rotis, I have rotis made of bran or barley.
I have been a pampered boy, the youngest in the family with two elder sisters. I have always had someone around me, usually my mom, to take care of everything for me.
I am only looking forward to good film script. It doesn’t matter if the role is a supporting or a standalone role.
I have a confession to make – I am very fond of junk food.
Of course, I’d love to do Bollywood.
hooting for ‘Savdhaan India’ in Mathura made me realise that no matter what place you come from be it a holy city, crime still prevails.
After my debut film, I was doing reality shows and hosting so it was not that I had nothing else to do.
My only problem, and this has been a constant worry on television, is time management. The deadlines on television are killing.
In ‘BV,’ every actor’s performance touches your heart. The team on the show is dedicated, which inspires me a lot.
Televison is time bound. Whereas a movie has time. You can’t write a script for television and keep it for one year.
I enjoy coming to Ahmedabad. The city is really awesome and people here are warm and hospitable.
I have never decided on how to plan my career moves.
I can’t take up every film that is being offered to me.
My work will speak for me. In fact, I never had a PR and I still don’t.
Films are something that happened by chance.
I feel blessed to be working with a banner like Dharma Productions.
When not shooting, I love to catch up on my sleep.