Manoj Bajpayee: Mumbai Is A City That Only Interacts With Productive People And Not…

Mumbai strictly means work, the city that never sleeps!

by Ankita Mazumdar
Manoj Bajpayee: Mumbai Is A City That Only Interacts With Productive People And Not…

“Goli nahin maarenge saale ko… keh ke lenge” is one of the most famous dialogues of this immensely talented actor. Yes, you guessed it right, we are talking about Manoj Bajpayee and the above dialogue is from the film Gangs of Wasseypur. On this super fun Sunday Brunch episode of Bombay Journey x Sunday Brunch, Manoj joined our Editor-in-Chief, Kamiya Jani to talk about food, travel, his films and so many other interesting things. Watch the video linked below to know all his thoughts on the City of Dreams.

Manoj Bajpayee Thinks Mumbai Only Likes To Interact With Productive Folks

We knew Manoj was from Bihar who stayed in Delhi and finally moved to Mumbai to enter the world of glitz and glam. We were curious to know about his thoughts on Mumbai as a city. He shared that he thinks that Mumbai is extremely demanding as a city.

He said, “Aapko na yeh (Mumbai) grind karta hai and the moment you stop and take a holiday, you feel after a few days, the phone calls stop coming.” He pointed out the fact that if you are not being productive here, the people of Mumbai will quit being in touch with you. It highlights how Mumbaikars are solely driven by work and nothing else.

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He Thinks Bombay Will Look Different After 5 Years

Manoj Bajpayee
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We took Manoj on a drive around Juhu in the brand new ŠKODA SLAVIA. We talked about his shift from the big screens to the OTT platforms and other interesting things. While we were stuck in traffic close to a metro construction site, our guest said, “Bombay is going to look very different after five years.”

This made Kamiya reply to Manoj, “You think so?” and he said yes. Manoj pointed out that the entire city was under metro construction while Siddharth said that all these constructions were great. And the next conversation moved on to the lifeline of Mumbai transport.

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Let us know in the comments if you think Mumbai is going to change in the coming years. For that to happen, did you cast your vote yesterday?

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