Actor Randeep Hooda, who proved his mettle with 'Highway' once again, says whenever he approached people for work it didn't work.
"Approaching people for work has not worked for me. People who came to me with work has worked," Randeep told reporters during a group interview.
However, Randeep, who started acting with internationally acclaimed film 'Monsoon Wedding', has been appreciated for his work in 'D', 'Once Upon A Time In Mumbaai', 'Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster' and 'Jannat 2'.
He has won appreciation for playing a rustic yet affable villain in Imtiaz Ali directed 'Highway'. The 37-year-old considers himself lucky to be part of the road movie in which he is paired with Alia Bhatt.
"I think the film chose me and I am lucky to be part of the film. Imtiaz is a great director. I don't think you can become a star with one movie because you have to keep churning out good work. But, yes I am certainly lucky to be part of the film," said Randeep.
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