Today is Randeep Hooda’s 39th Birthday. Randeep Hooda is an Indian film actor who appears in Hindi-language films. Hooda was born into a Jat family in Rohtak, Haryana.
Actor Randeep Hooda, who has experimented with his roles and looks in films like “Highway” and “Bombay Talkies”, says he enjoys transformation with each film.
Even for his role in “Main Aur Charles”, a forthcoming biopic on Charles Sobhraj, the ‘Bikini Killer’ of the 1970s, Randeep has undergone a change of look.
Randeep says that as an actor, he loves to challenge himself as it makes his work interesting.
“I love being able to tap into things within myself which I haven’t before. It makes my work interesting. And I hope through this people find my work interesting as well”.
Randeep Hooda never wanted to do a ‘Raj’ of Bollywood
Actor Randeep Hooda says that he never dreamt of playing the quintessential lover boy of Bollywood films. “To play Raj (lover) in every movie has never been my ambition and it will never be. I try not to repeat myself even though people say you have done a lot of cop roles… I just say one thing ‘is every journalist the same? Then how can every cop be the same?”, says Randeep.
According to Randeep, “Young girls have no idea of sexuality”
Randeep Hooda, in an interview with Filmfare, has spoken up about young girls and his single status. About young girls, he said that he doesn’t like them and finds them annoying. He asserted that they talk too much and have no idea about sexuality.
Randeep Hooda, one of the most underrated Bollywood actors
Randeep Hooda, one of the most underrated Bollywood actors, is now giving the Khans and the Kapoors a run for their money. The actor is riding high on the accolades garnered for playing the painter Raja Ravi Varma in the film Rang Rasiya. His diverse choice of roles is noteworthy. From playing a kidnapper in Highway to a police officer in Kick, the master of mystery, Randeep has a lot more to his multi-faceted personality.
Randeep Hooda was a lonely child
Randeep Hooda was a lonely child as his parents stayed away from him, in the Middle East. He spent his childhood with his maternal grandmother whom he called strict and sometimes bitter in an interview. In the interview, he also revealed that from the age of six, his mother would stick a bib on his chest that read ‘unaccompanied child’ on a flight back to India. As revealed in the interview, Randeep still feels uncomfortable visiting friends in their parents’ presence.
Randeep Hooda was in relationship with Sushmita sen
Randeep Hooda was reportedly in a relationship with former Miss Universe Sushmita Sen from 2006 to 2008. The two apparently fell in love on the sets of Karma Aur Holi which also starred international supermodel Naomi Capmbell. Post the break-up, he had confessedvthat ending their relationship changed his career. He called the break-up as the best thing that had happened to him, as he realised that he gave it too much time. The split freed his energy to do things for himself.
Randeep hooda was failed in First year
Randeep Hooda moved to Australia for higher studies but failed in the first year. Finally he did his graduation in marketing and masters in business management and human resource management from Melbourne. The actor did several odd jobs from working in a Chinese restaurant, car-washing, dish-washing, becoming a beach life-guard, being a waiter and taxi driver for survival. Randeep however returned to India to fulfill his childhood dream of acting.