Mumbai: Three-films-old Harman Baweja hasn’t had a dream run at the box office but the actor doesn’t regret anything and is looking forward to his forthcoming movie “It’s My Life”.
“I don’t regret anything. Each and every thing you do is a process. You have to take decisions. When I decided to do the films I had, at that time they were the right decisions for me and then I just let it be,” Harman, who debuted with the “Love Story 2050″ in 2008, told IANS.
“It’s the easiest and most common in our business to think why a film worked or didn’t. Still you don’t know what will work and what will not. So I’m happy with whatever I have done till now,” added the 30-year-old.
Son of director Harry Baweja, Harman has been out of spotlight for quite sometime now but the actor is looking forward to Anees Bazmee’s “It’s My Life”.
“I was working on ‘It’s My Life’ and also working out stuff with few directors with whom I’ll begin work next year. So that’s why have been a little low profile for sometime. Also I was sitting and thinking what I want to do. I didn’t want to do anything which I’m not 100 percent convinced about,” revealed the actor.
“Its My Life” also stars Genelia D’Souza. It is a remake of the superhit Telugu film “Bommarillu”, which was remade in Tamil as “Santosh Subramaniam” and in Bengali as “Bhalobasa Bhalobasa”.
Throwing light on his character, Harman said he is playing a college going guy, “who is in that space when a boy becomes a man, so it’s basically about the conflicts he faces in his professional, personal and love life”.
“I enjoy comedy. I’m happy that I’m playing a character who is close to me as a person in my real life,” he added.
Asked if he is looking forward to commercial success or critical acclaim, he said: “It depends on where you are in your life. Right now where I am, with three flops behind me, I would rather go with commercial success. Maybe when I have few successes, I might sit down and say that I want critical acclaim now. So I think each actor goes through this,” said the actor who had also starred in “Victory” and “What’s Your Raashee?”