How was your first experience in the industry?
I started in the industry by making a short film Heera, which was about a farmer. The film went on to win numerous national and international awards.
How did you get attracted to acting?
When I was filming the Mahakaal superhero web series, the actor who was supposed to play Narad couldn’t make it due to a scheduling conflict. So, I had to do the part because I was the only one who could play it at that time. People liked my character and that’s how I was attracted to acting.
What makes you smile?
Thinking about my superheroes and how they will one day appear on the screen makes me very happy. And I just don’t like being late because it makes me nervous most of the time!
What is your greatest strength?
My vision, I believe, is my greatest strength, as it is the source of everything I have accomplished so far.
How and when exactly did you realize you had a passion for direction?
It was in 2008; I remember making a video on papa’s phone, which he applauded in front of guests. That feeling kept me going for years and it was then that I realized I wanted to make movies.
How difficult it is to establish yourself in the film industry?
It was extremely difficult because I lacked close connections in the industry. I used to travel 100 kilometers to give auditions for films and television shows. I have gone through a long process to get to where I am today.
What is your mantra of success?
Believe in yourself and keep working hard.
Who is your inspiration?
Zack Snyder is my real inspiration for making superhero movies.
Original Source of this news - Actor and director Dushyant Kapoor talks about the importance of multitasking while filming : The Tribune India