12th Fail: Vikrant described the 12th fail as the restart moment of his career, said- I still remember the words 'No one knows you'

Vidhu Vinod Chopra's '12th Fail' emerged as the most successful film of the year 2023. The film was highly appreciated by the audience as well as the critics. Lead actor vikrant massey touched everyone's hearts with his performance in the film, for which he received the Filmfare Best Actor Critics Award. In a recent interview, Vikrant described his 12th fail as a 'restart moment'.

In the interview, Vikrant recalled his conversation with the film's director vidhu vinod chopra, and said that the '12th Fail director' had told him that despite working in the industry for many years, he is unknown to the people. Vikrant said that vidhu vinod chopra had told him that no one knows you. Not many people know you, you have been working for so many years.

The film is still stuck in theaters even after 3 months of its release. Recently '12th Fail' also celebrated its 100 days in theatres. During this, the actors and director of the film were seen together. On the occasion of this celebration, the film's lead actor vikrant massey described '12th Fail' as a 'restart moment' in his career. He said, 'The 12th failure in my career was a restart moment for me.'

During this, Vikrant remembered Vidhu Vinod Chopra's words and accepted them. He also expressed his gratitude to the director for giving him a chance in the film. It is noteworthy that anurag sharma wrote a book on this film based on the real-life of IPS Manoj Sharma, which was converted into a film by Vidhu Vinod Chopra.

During this, Vikrant revealed his experience of leaving old habits and adopting a new approach under the guidance of Vidhu Vinod Chopra. He said, 'I was restarting with sir every day on that film for about 2.5 years. Every day when you wake up it's a restart moment'. Apart from Vikrant, 12th Fail featured many actors including medha Shankar, Ananth v Joshi, Anshuman Pushkar, and Priyanshu Chatterjee in lead roles.

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