Randeep has been associated with theater since the beginning of his acting career and is an active member of Naseeruddin Shah's Motley Theater Troupe. He considers Shah as his mentor, friend and confidant.

"There was a time when I wished to get a break and I got a break for three years, not because of lack of work that came to me but because of lack of quality work. Naseer (Naseeruddin Shah) bhai once told me when I was lying with a broken leg on bed, that the one thing that I am doing wrong is planning my career," Randeep told media.

"He said, don't plan your career... It will take its shape, so that is what I have been doing. I want to do good stuff and there is so much diversity in my work," he said.

Now when the 'Sarbjit' actor is doing well in his career, he doesn't intend to take a break.

"I wished for a break. I did not have work for three years and I don't want to wish that upon myself again. There are two-three things that are cooking. Let's see what happens first," he said.

With films like 'Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster', 'Highway', 'Jism 2', 'Kick', Randeep has always tried to do different kind of roles and he is happy that the industry has been good to him.

"I think, may be it will take few more films in a row for me to get acceptance. But I cannot complain about the industry as I have always got work," he said.

A successful film usually brings offers for the actors and Randeep is fresh out of the success of 'Sarbjit'.

"'Sarbjit' was a hyped film but my performance in 'Laal Rang' was equally appreciated; it was one of my favourite films. So all this is going to accumulate into my filmography which will be seen by people. I hope I get better films. Every successful film can get me one more opportunity to show my work," he said.
    
The 39-year-old actor will be seen next in 'Do Lafzon Ki Kahani', where he plays an MMA fighter.

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