Harman Baweja who is back after a gap of five years in the movie Dishkiyaaoon to rebuild his dwindling career talks about the wrong decisions he made and to take criticisms in the right spirit.
After his debut debacle Love Story 2050, he had two releases: What's Your Raashee? and Victory. Both films released in 2009 further dented his career. "You have to reinvent yourself. In this industry, people criticise not just your work but you as well. So, it gets personal and you have to take it in the right way," Harman, son of filmmaker Harry Baweja said. Speaking about his come back Harman says his last films did'nt work well in the box office, so he took a break to think what to do next. As we sit and analyse, we realise our mistakes and take time to nurture ourselves and to be happy in whatever we do.
Harman Baweja says, "Dishkiyaaoon is an entertaining film. It has a lot of twists and turns. The film has action, drama and everything in it. I am playing a gangster and the character doesn't talk in Mumbaia tone. He is a graduate. He is an intelligent gangster who knows that things don't work with guns; they work with brains. He wants to use his intelligence to reach there and not by killing anyone. It's an interesting thought."
Ask him about Shipa Shetty and he says, "Shilpa can't be strict. She is like a sweet, caring, warm and loving producer and it reflects in her nature. The way she conducts herself, you will not feel she is a producer and that's the beauty."