While stressing on the importance of an acting institute, the 'Silver Linings Playbook' star called upon the Malaysian government to build such a school in the country."I failed in all other aspects of filmmaking and was completely bankrupt because my dreams were higher than realities.”

"So, I started my acting school in a small room with 12 students to prepare future actors and actresses. I will request Malaysian government also to build an acting school here," Kher said while addressing IIFA 2015's inaugural session 'Business Forum'.

The 60-year-old actor, who has completed 31 years in the Hindi film industry, said he is happy that Bollywood movies have made a mark in the international diaspora."Our cinema has evolved in last 60 years because we have made people happy through our films. The main purpose of our storyline is to spread happiness. Our cinema has an emotional connect," he said.



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