You need to have fire in your belly. It's true that you need talent to become successful, but if you don't have the passion for the job you are doing, you will never succeed
Boman Irani, who started his film career at the age of 44, feels it is the passion for the art of acting that has helped him in establishing himself as an actor even after crossing forty.
"To become an actor, you need to have passion. You need to have fire in your belly. It's true that you need talent to become successful, but if you don't have the passion for the job you are doing, you will never succeed," said Boman, who was in the city to attend an educational programme.
"If you have the passion and the fire in your belly, you will get noticed one day," he added.
Boman's one of the first films was 2001 release 'Everybody Says I Am Fine' and after more than a decade, he is one of the most renowned names of the B-town thanks to his versatility and brilliant performances in '3 Idiots', 'Lage Raho Munna Bhai', 'Don-2', 'Housefull-2' and 'Eklavya'.
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