Ajay Devgan said, "The real history was suppressed, it is necessary to bring it to the fore"

 'Singham' star Ajay Devgan brought the film 'Tanhaji' last year and now his film 'Bhuj: The Pride of India', based on the 1971 Indo-Pakistan war, has been released on the OTT platform.

Ajay Devgan believes that it is very important to bring out the real history of India because according to him it was suppressed and it is important for the present generation to know on whose sacrifices the country stands.

Commenting on the history of India, Ajay Devgan told the BBC, "It is very important to tell all these stories to the youth of India because our history was suppressed anyway."

"For so many years the British were there, they suppressed history. People would have come to know that so many people have sacrificed they would have come down on the rebellion. Before them there was the influence of the Mughals. What our kings did before the Mughals, that were  also suppressed."

Ajay Devgan says, "Naturally, the history of the ruler who comes will be of the same kind. Today, our history books have more foreign history than our history."

"In our time, only half a page was written on Tanaji and today's generation does not even know about Tanaji because it is not in books."

Ajay Devgan says, "I think we should talk on this. Because when we talk about the country, the country will change when everything changes and this generation does not know that on the hard work and selfless sacrifice of how many people this country has stood. . When you come to know how hard freedom has been achieved, then it will be appreciated."

Character of Squadron Leader Vijay Karnik

Ajay Devgan is playing the role of Squadron Leader Vijay Karnik of the Indian Air Force in the film 'Bhuj: The Pride of India'.

Regarding his role in the film, Ajay Devgan says that there is a pressure that there is no negativity in the character he is playing because he has done a great job in real life.

According to Ajay Devgan, it is very important to see that the character of the person you are playing, the reputation of that person remains intact in the story and in your performance.

Ajay Devgan is definitely a little sorry that his film is releasing on OTT but he also considers OTT as a great platform.

He believes that every artist wants to reach as many people as possible and with the advent of OTT, a balance is expected in the film industry.

Nowadays many big stars are trying themselves on OTT and Ajay Devgan also wants to take advantage of this platform. Ajay Devgan will soon be seen acting in a series 'Rudra' on the OTT platform.

 'Getting Trolled has become a habit'

While OTT is giving a new platform to the artists on one hand, on the other hand trolling is also happening a lot in this digital world. Many artists have even complained that due to trolling, their mental health is being severely affected.

Ajay Devgan also talked about this. He says that now he has got into the habit of trolling. He told that there is neither Twitter nor Instagram in his phone.

They believe that they say whatever they have to say and they don't care what others are saying. Recently, Aamir Khan has also said goodbye to social media.

Ajay Devgan has not said goodbye to social media completely, but he keeps himself away from it. According to him, his wife Kajol and their two children also like to stay away from it.

"As long as you are alive, keep working"

Ajay believes that what happens in social media lacks credibility. His mantra is to stay away from social media and focus on your work.

Ajay Devgn has turned 52 and believes that as he is getting older, he is enjoying working. He says that at this age now he has started loving his craft.

They say that as long as you are alive, you should keep working or else where you sit, your mind will end and diseases will come. He says, "It's okay if the machine keeps running. Where it stops, there will be rust."

He also admitted that he has started feeling old age. According to him, earlier he used to get annoyed even on every small thing, but now he doesn't care what anyone tells him.

He says that he has been working in the film industry on his own terms for the last thirty years and will continue to work according to his own accord.

'The face of the film industry is changing'

Hero's look is changing in the film industry.

Ajay says about this, "In these five-seven years you will see that most of the characters in Hollywood and here too are being written for adult actors, which has a lot of depth."

"A story with depth comes only after maturity. It's great because the audience wants to see more stories like this."


'Films are messages'

On the occasion of Independence Day, Ajay Devgan said that nothing happens when the actors say something.

He said that whatever he wants to say to the countrymen, he says it only through his films.

Ajay believes that if every countryman thinks even five percent about the country, then this country can become great.

Ajay Devgan, Sanjay Dutt, Sonakshi Sinha, Sharad Kelkar, Amy Virk and Nora Fatehi are in important roles in the film 'Bhuj: The Pride of India', directed by Abhishek Dudhaiya.