Mamik Singh claims his scenes in Bellbottoms were chopped, asked director 'why he brought me to Scotland for such a small role'

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    Mamik Singh claims his scenes in Bellbottoms were chopped, asked director 'why he brought me to Scotland for such a small role'

    Mamik Singh on his scenes being chopped in Bellbottoms

    Mamik Singh claims his scenes in Bellbottoms were chopped, asked director 'why he brought me to Scotland for such a small role'

    Mamik Singh had made an impactful debut with Jo Jeeta Wahi Sikander. The man, who fuelled the passion to won the race in Aamir Khan, became a star after the release of the film. However, he has been kind of lost now. Mamik Singh was last seen in Bellbottoms, where he played the role of Akshay Kumar's older brother. Now, in an interview he has revealed how his scenes were chopped and did not make it to the final cut!

    Talking to HT, Mamik Singh revealed, “The director (Ranjit M Tiwari) came to me with a request to do this role of Akshay’s brother in the film. He said he wanted to explore another aspect of brotherhood. After some time, I agreed to be part of it and left for Scotland with the team.” He then added, “All the scenes of this exploration of the relationship between brothers didn’t even make it to the final cut. I even had a conversation with the director, asking him why he brought me to Scotland for such a small role. Believe me, I wanted to get out of Scotland so bad.”

    He also said, “I have also worked with Manoj Bajpayee in Despatch. But again, I am not interested in it. Jo thodha bahut bhi kar raha hun woh bhi bahut jaldi hi end ho jayega.” Calling himself a reluctant actor, he quipped, “Mere ko na pehle shauk tha, na aaj shauk hai. I am not even interested in telling people about my upcoming projects or things like mere mein bahut potential hai. I never intended to do that when I started my career, and that is true even today, or seek any milega. I was a very reluctant actor. I hate the goddamn camera.”

    Updated: October 24, 2021 02:30 AM IST