By Hindustan Times
He did two films — Toh Baat Pakki! and Allah Ke Banday — since his blockbuster hit, 3 Idiots in 2009, but both proved to be duds. Actor Sharman Joshi, who is now resurfacing with director Rajesh Mapuskar’s debut film, Ferrari Ki Sawaari, puts his heart out about the long impending wait.
"I went through all the emotions. It was frustrating, tiring, exhausting. Factors of fear came in. It had been about two-and-half years," the 33-year-old told us during his visit to the Capital recently.
"But you have to deal with them if you are committed to something. It requires patience. I was not willing to short sell myself. I was looking for the right kind of work that would excite me. Quality work takes time. I am not here to put out a barrage of movies," he added.