Diljot Chhabra talks about getting films, an upcoming project, and more. Check out the full interview here. 

  1. Not having a godfather and then getting into films—is it difficult in this industry?

Honestly, I think everyone has their share of struggles in life.

Yes, it definitely adds up as a plus point if you have a godfather or are closely related to someone who’s made their name in the industry. You might get a chance easier than others who aren’t connected to the industry in any way, but in order to survive or make a mark in this industry, you need to have the correct balance of talent, hard work, and luck.

If you are talented, hardworking, and lucky, you can be your own godfather.

  1. Khel Khel Mein is a huge film. Do you feel insecure in any manner considering you are sharing the screen with such established faces?

No way. I am a very secure person in life because I have always believed in one thing: No one can take away what’s meant for me, and what’s in my destiny will make its way to me sooner or later. Whatever is not meant for me, no matter how much I try to force it, will never come to me.

Talking about the wonderful cast and crew of Khel Khel Mein, I think everyone on set was super supportive and made me so comfortable.

I never felt like I was working with them for the first time. We chatted, had lunches and dinners, performed scenes, and danced together. We were like a family. I had a blast.

  1. If there is one thing you could change about yourself, what would it be?

Nothing. I am who I am because of my experiences, mistakes, failures, and successes. And I love the person and artist that I am becoming. Obviously, there’s always scope for improvement, and for that, I am always learning, unlearning, and working on myself.

  1. Films, OTT or TV, what medium do you most love and enjoy?

I have always said this: I am a hungry actor. I am driven by impactful, relatable, and entertaining content. Every medium is unique in its own way and leaves you with an experience to remember and learn from. I respect every medium and wish to be seen on as many platforms as I can.

  1. What next?

There are a few projects I am in talks for, which I can’t talk about as of now. My film Khel Khel Mein is all set to release in September, and in the meantime, I definitely will come up with something or another to surprise everyone.