Aayush Sharma, who’s all set to make his debut with the film Love Yatri, says that brother-in-law Salman Khan hasn’t given him any pointers on how to deal with the media.
“He has never given me any advice on handling the media. He once told me — ‘You come from a political family, so you know what to say and what not to say,” he says. He adds that he’s beginning to realise the pressure that comes with being an actor.
“Irrespective of what kind of day I’m having, if a fan wants to take a picture with me, I have to oblige. He won’t know that I’m having a bad day, he’ll only remember that I refused to be clicked,” he says.
Ask the actor if he has any plans to follow in his father’s (Anil Kumar Sharma and grandfather’s (politicians) footsteps, and he says, “Not now. I don’t know how I want to change the country. If I ever have the potential to do that, as well as the drive to surrender, then let’s see. I’m not ready for it right now,” he says.