From his mom to Rahul Dravid, 5 teachers who made impression on actor Vikrant Massey

On September 5th, in the city of Mumbai.
Actor Vikrant Massey, who is famous for his roles in movies like ‘Lootera’, ‘Dil Dhadakane Do’, and ‘Mirzapur’, has shared the names of the five teachers who had a significant influence on him. He did this on Teacher’s Day, which falls on a Tuesday.
These people who teach him Hindi are his mother, filmmaker Vidhu Vinod Chopra, his school principal, and Indian cricketer Rahul Dravid. All of the people who Vikrant believes are his teachers have been involved in the actor’s journey and have strongly influenced him.
The actor thanked his five teachers for everything they taught him.
DN Singh Sir, the teacher who taught me Hindi, taught me about the importance of discipline. They always told us that being disciplined determines our future.
My mom, Meena Massey, showed me how time can be ironic. To show kindness and be soft. Time is always changing. To persist means to keep going and not give up. To resist means to fight against something. So, to persist and resist at the same time means to keep going and fight against something at the same time.
The actor talked about the director of his next movie ’12th Fail’, Vidhu Vinod Chopra. He said Chopra taught him how to be brave and truthful. He supports himself despite people trying to make him feel pressured or scared. He believes in his own thoughts and feelings, and doesn’t need others to confirm that he is good enough.
The actor talked about his old school principal, who was at St. Anthony High School. Rev Anil Rego told us to not settle for the bare minimum and to strive for more. Don’t be too confident or lazy. He was the one who encouraged me to pursue performing arts. I am here.
Rahul Dravid is a great cricketer. He said that words are not enough to describe how good he is. He showed an entire generation how important it is to be strong and unwavering like a wall. Real aggression is shown through actions, not through words. Someone who remains calm and doesn’t show their emotions. A real-life representation of Marcus Aurelius that I can relate to.

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