The quintessential bad-man of Bollywood has created a pathway into his life for his fans through his autobiography titled ‘Bad Man’ which lets readers into his journey as an actor, his personal and professional life and his struggle to become who he is today.
Launching his book in the capital on July 26 along with B-town friends Suneil Shetty, Jackie Shroff and Mahima Chaudhary, the actor expressed his gratitude for the love he has received over the years. Former Prime Minister L.K. Advani along with daughter Pratibha Advani were also part of the book launch.
“It is a very special day for me. We have spent months putting this together, reminiscing moments from the past and penning them down. I can’t ever be thankful enough for the acceptance and love I have received in Bollywood which has helped me be here today. Finally, the autobiography is out today and I can’t wait for people to read it”, says Gulshan Grover.
Gulshan Grover recently revealed that his close friend Akshay Kumar had advised him to copyright the word ‘Bad Man’. When asked recently how he decided the title of the book, he revealed ever since the 1989 film Ram Lakhan, he was known as Bad Man. The tag stuck with him since the Subhash Ghai film. He said that during Sooryavanshi shoot, Akshay said that during the discussion, asked Gulshan Grover to copyright the ‘Bad Man’ word just like he did for Khiladi.
In this authorized biography, Grover takes us on his life’s journey. From his ups and downs, his films, his failures, his successes, the industry in that era, to balancing Bollywood with other work and his international projects, and the magic to stay relevant, the book covers it all. Published by Penguin India.