New Delhi, Aug. 21 -- Shatrughan Sinha is a Bollywood veteran with a huge fan following. However, the 68-year-old actor-turned-politician says that politics has taught him a very different lesson in dealing with fame.
"Kaanch ki bottle mein hum band hain. After films, politics has taught me how people look up to you for everything as a solution to almost every problem. You have to be very careful that you don't hurt any one of them. Of course, it is difficult, as there is this fear of disappointing or hurting people. But it's good fear, it keeps you attentive and active," says Shotgun, who will be seen hosting Vande Matram on Aaj Tak from August 23.
The actor, considered to be blessed with a powerful voice, also feels that in this age of internet and video technology, voice quality still remains one of the major attributes of any artist. "Voice still attracts people. There's a reason why radio jockeys are still famous today - because their voice modulation is very good. I don't think technology or advanced video-making can remove the importance associated with voice," he says.