“It doesn't matter at all. At the end of the day, the film should work because, for example, if there is a watchman in the film and his role was just for two minutes, even his career will take off if the film is a hit,” said Harman, when asked whether he felt that Sunny Deol would overshadow him in the upcoming film.

“Even if you have given your best performance and if the film doesn't work, then it will go unnoticed. I feel the film should be correct,” he added.

The actor, who was seen in movies like ‘Love Story 2050’, ‘What's Your Raashee’ and ‘Victory’, further said it is the box office collection that matters and not the starcast.

When asked about the wrong choices he had made so far in his filmy career, Harman in an interview said one should take criticism in the right spirit and move on.

Harman further revealed that acting is his passion.

“Every person faces such things in their lives. I am not cribbing about it. It's not a matter of life and death. Acting is my passion and I will continue doing it. So, it's better to accept it,” he said.

(JPN)

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