Ajay Devgn, who has delivered few memorable performances in movies like ‘Bhagat Singh’, ‘Omkara’, ‘Gangaajal, ‘Raajneeti’ etc, feels that the upcoming generations wont remember actors like him because out of sight is out of mind when it comes to the film industry.
“We are currently here and we are in front of the media and people, but I don't think 30-40 years from today people would remember stars like us. There have been instances, there have been stars in the past, who the current generation does not remember and have forgotten (them),” said Ajay Devgn to IANS.
The actor, who was recently inducted into UTV Stars' Walk of the Stars, feels that Walk of Stars is the best way to remain in memory of the audience.
“They have been much bigger stars than what we are and if you can have all of them there (Walk of the Stars) so that their memory remains. I think they should live on, so it's a fabulous thing to do,” he said.
Along with Ajay Devgn, his ‘Son of Sardaar’ co-star Sonakshi Sinha too got inducted. The actress said that she felt privileged to be included in a list filled with legendary stars.
“I am over the moon because my hand print gets to be with some of the biggest stars in our country today. I feel really honored and privileged that I got the opportunity so early in my career. So, I just like to thank UTV Stars Walk of the Stars,” she said.
Ajay Devgn’s latest movie ‘Son of Sardaar’ has released to a mixed response from both the audience and the critics.