Sushant, 27, said that he feels the pressure to deliver his best. "It always feels great when people like you and your performance. It feels nice when you get appreciation from the industry people. It is an exciting phase of my life.
My agenda is and will always be to evolve as an actor," he told PTI. "I would continue to chose right scripts, work hard and pray that everything falls in place," he said. He will be seen next in Dibakar Banerjee's 'Detective Byomkesh Bakshi' as the popular detective and says he is leaving no stone unturned to get into the skin of the character. "We are still working on the film, preparations are still on.
Dibakar Banerjee has huge expectations and I have taken two months' leave so that I can work on it and not disappoint him," he said.
Sushant feels sad that he couldn't work in 'Fitoor' with director Abhishek Kapoor, who gave him his debut film ('Kai PoChe'). "Unfortunately, I couldn't work with him due to date issues. I am looking forward to work with him again," he added.
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