At the trailer launch of his upcoming film ‘Raid’ in Mumbai, Ajay Devgn, who has spent over two decades in Bollywood, says staying relevant in the film industry is a struggle.
“It is difficult to stay relevant in industry. You just cannot take things easily," Ajay Devgn reportedly said at the ‘Raid’ trailer launch.
"You have to work hard for it and if you achieve something, it doesn’t mean it will last with you forever. You have to keep struggling and be where you are and try to move forward till you can because there will be point where you will start moving backwards,” he allegedly said.
The film, which is set in the 1980s era, narrates the story of an income tax officer.
Sharing some tips for fans on paying taxes, Ajay Devgn further added, “I am sure people will cuss me later for saying this, but the film is right on the point, where it says that you should be fair about tax. If you earn, then pay the tax. Sometimes the fault lies on both the sides, tax payer and government, but both should be fair about it.”
The movie also stars Ileana D'Cruz and Saurabh Shukla in pivotal roles.
The period drama is directed by Raj Kumar Gupta of 'Aamir' and 'No One Killed Jessica' fame.
The official trailer is 2 minute 46 seconds long and shows some dramatic scenes of an agitation.
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‘Raid’ is scheduled to release on March 16.
(With ANI inputs)