Sarbjit star Randeep Hooda said that it is every Indian's duty to stand up when the National Anthem is being played and not doing so would be very disrespectful to the country. He said, "If they play the National Anthem, it is your duty to stand up and rise to it. I don't see any problem."
Randeep further commented, "I have never ever had the feeling that I can sit and relax when my country's National Anthem is being played, I don't think that is in good taste neither it is respectful."
Randeep Hooda who was at the Brand Vision Summit last night was asked if he aspires to get awards for his acting, to which the actor revealed that working for the moment is his mantra and not for awards. He said,
"You can never work only for awards. You work for the moment, for the film and who recognises it or doesn't, you have no control on that. I certainly have no control on that or never had. If I get, then good, if not, my work won't become any less."