NewsX in its A-list series dived into conversation with actor Amit Sadh, who got recognised for excellence in entertainment. The series is an endeavour to put forth some of India’s finest and brightest. In the exclusive conversation, the actor opened up about season 3 of Breathe: Into The Shadows. “I want to take this moment to thank the media, my PR agency, and everyone who is a part of the marketing team. I believe this is important for me because I believe the media is a bridge to what we do, and we are always angry at them but never thank them, so I’d like to take this opportunity to thank them for being this bridge, thanks to which breathe has gotten to where it is today. It’s just a great team, and we work really hard.
We work relentlessly and are very happy that Breathe has reached three seasons, has a place in people’s hearts, and is doing well. I am very grateful’, he said as he talked about his success and his new show’s viewership.” “I am very blessed. I have fans who love me and support me to a point where I don’t like calling them fans because they mean much more, and it’s just very hard to pick, but I just feel the way they write me such long essays at any power of the day about what this character means to them and what my hard work means to them”, Sadh added. While talking about his character on the show, he said, ‘The whole journey of Kabir Sawant coming so far with Breathe is just very surreal. I am very grateful and thankful to my director, Amazon, to our producer, and everyone else. I promise you I will keep working hard. I was 92 kg, and I have already lost 10 kg for my next film. I am still 2 kg above my target, but I am not worried.
Everybody is happy with the way we want the character to look, so that is my holiday; my holiday is movies, and it’s just exciting,” he added. Lastly, as he gave his strong opinions on the paparazzi culture, he said, “I have some strong views on this. I am not a celebrity. I am an ordinary human being. And it is so important. It is so essential to be a normal human being. I always say that the new extraordinary is being ordinary; everyone is equal; we are all the same. I don’t have a team that manages my Instagram. I have a great team. I have an elaborate team, but for Instagram, I don’t keep anyone because I want to have a sincere relationship with my fans.”