Actor Neil Nitin Mukesh has assured that ‘saaho’ will surely offer entertainment like ‘Baahubali’ to the audience.
Neil Nitin Mukesh attended Children’s Welfare Centre High Schools 37th Annual Day Celebrations on Monday in Mumbai.
prabhas is featuring in ‘saaho’ after the massive success of ‘Baahubali’ and Neil is playing lead antagonist of that film so, when asked Neil about experience being in the film, he said, “It just a pleasure and honor being part of that film. It’s a lovely script. It definitely has lot of entertainment so as an audience what they are expecting post-Baahubali, I think ‘saaho’ will offer that for sure”
Talking about his upcoming films, Neil said, “Right now, ‘Firrkie’ is happening. I just finished a long schedule in London. I am working on ‘saaho’ right now so, I am busy globally trotting around for ‘saaho’. It’s one of my biggest films right now with prabhas and Shraddha Kapoor. It is directed by Sujeeth. It’s in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu language so it’s difficult due to that I can’t take up lot of work this year because that films are mammoth films and there is something really exciting that I am gonna be announcing hopefully by early next month which is something I am really looking forward to in 2018.”
Since Neil attended a school function so when asked whether he thinks that education has become a business to earn money, he said, “I still feel that India is the most leading country in the world as far as education is concerned. Top doctors, technicians, architects, and lawyers are coming out from India so we as Indian do concentrate on educating and also education goes a lot with our culture that’s why if you compare us to part of the world, we are culturally most sound country in the world and I think without education none of us stand a ground anywhere so I don’t like evaluating education with money. I think education is about me imparting some basic knowledge to you. It’s like guiding a child on the road who is doing some inappropriate stuff “
Neil next will be seen in Ankush Bhatt’s ‘Firkkie’ and Sujeeth’s ‘saaho’.