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Siddhant Chaturvedi measured in his words
‘Gully Boy’ fame actor Siddhant Chaturvedi is known for being jovial and witty during media interactions, but he says his words have often been taken out of context and he is therefore becoming conscious and filtering his words.
'Gully Boy' fame actor Siddhant Chaturvedi is known for being jovial and witty during media interactions, but he says his words have often been taken out of context and he is therefore becoming conscious and filtering his words.
Last year during an actors' roundtable where he shared space with Ananya Pandey, Siddhant's comment on existing nepotism in Bollywood had sparked off a controversy.
"Now I am conscious of whatever I say. I filter things in my head because I realised that whatever I say might be taken out of context and blown out of proportion.
I tend to respond to everything with a dash of humour and with wit because that is who I am in real life. But in no way do I want to hurt or belittle anyone.
I was just speaking my heart out. However, every time my words are misinterpreted, so I will become conscious! Look, I am witty and it is my second nature to come up with smart oneliners. That's the real me!" Siddhanth told IANS.
The actor is these busy days shooting for the film 'Bunty Aur Babli 2,' that also features Rani Mukerji and Saif Ali Khan, is directed by Varun V Sharma, and produced by Aditya Chopra. It is a sequel of the 2005 superhit film 'Bunty Aur Babli.'