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‘Ahead In My Nation, I Was Once A Big Star, While In The US…,’ Gulshan Grover Said Of His ‘Derogatory’ journey In Hollywood.

Gulshan Grover described his attempts to break into Hollywood in his biography Bad Man and how he didn’t enjoy why he had been treated there in such a manner.

Like several of his successors, actor Gulshan Grover sought his chances in Hollywood. He was almost cast as the main antagonist in Casino Royale, yet was fired after the word was revealed to the public when he confessed to a talkative friend. Bad Man, the actor’s autobiography, details his ’embarrassing’ and ‘derogatory’ memories in Hollywood and the time he realized he couldn’t be ok with it.

'Ahead In My Nation, I Was Once A Big Star, While In The US...,' Gulshan Grover Said Of His 'Derogatory' journey In Hollywood.
‘Ahead In My Nation, I Was Once A Big Star, While In The US…,’ Gulshan Grover Said Of His ‘Derogatory’ journey In Hollywood.

The actor stated that he’d appear at a production company or a casting agent’s office, where he’d be given his pages. The audition procedure in Hollywood was “lacking in inventiveness.” As he waited in line with others trying for the same job, basically that of the ‘Indian guy,’ he’d be required to know about his dialogues before the audition gets started.

“The approach was even more insulting for those like me who had been a superstar right back,” he said, noting that on one event, he ran through his “fans” who’d popped up for the audition on the spur of the moment. He claimed that the fans, all non-resident Indians, identified him and started to wonder why he was in line with them. They felt ‘disappointed’ when they discovered he was joining the cast for the same part as the other of them. “Unwilling to face them, I fled the studio,” Grover continued.

The ‘blatantly evident’ rivalry caused him pale, he added. He had no choice but to continue to make inroads in the West since the opportunities right back were starting to ‘dry up.’ With no agent, he noted, getting anywhere in Hollywood is difficult. He’d be told to dine at cafés where he’d be more likely to be recognized by casting directors and to learn instruction from “some guy who’d done a couple of films” for $200 to teach him the importance of being able to clear the acid test of Hollywood.

'Ahead In My Nation, I Was Once A Big Star, While In The US...,' Gulshan Grover Said Of His 'Derogatory' journey In Hollywood.
‘Ahead In My Nation, I Was Once A Big Star, While In The US…,’ Gulshan Grover Said Of His ‘Derogatory’ journey In Hollywood.

“When in my homeland, I was a superstar; however, in the US, I had been pushed to study acting much like a novice,” he said, dissatisfied by the teacher’s suggestions. Sometimes recognized as the Bad Man of Bollywood, Gulshan Grover has starred in almost 400 films. His last confirmed sighting was Sooryavanshi. Beeper (2002), Blind Ambition (2008), Desperate Endeavours (2011), and Prisoners of the Sun are just a few of his international credits (2013). He gave Shah Rukh Khan credit for convincing him to come to Los Angeles to take his chances.

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