He enjoys massive popularity in the online space and is well known among his fans under the name Cariminati. But now, Ajay Nagar (his real name) is ready to try his hand in another field: the movie! Recently, We have come to know specifically that he has been roped in to play a special role in Ajay Devgan- Amitabh Bachchan starrer movie MayDay.
Carrie, as his fans call him, confirms to us, “My brother/business head Deepak Char got a call from Kumar Mangat Pathak (co-producer in Devgan’s production company) and I am from now on joining forces with him. I understand the meaning of “.”
To anxious’ is the word he chooses to describe what he felt when the movie arrived. “It was really interesting for me when I heard that I’m going to play my own character (Carriminati) and the way it’s being shown on screen. I’m excited to see how it will unfold, ”He revealed.
While his short skits enjoyed massive popularity as his videos, how did he end up in movies? Was Bollywood entering his mind while doing all this? The 21-year-old denied, “It has never been one of my interests.” The main purpose of those skits was to entertain people. Currently, I do not see myself going in that direction but yes I like to experience everything.
I agreed to be a part of this movie because I had to essay to play my own character (Cariminati) and it comes very easily to me. I eat, breathe, sleep, and live my character every day. But I hope I get to learn one or two things about acting from Amitabh Bachchan and Ajay Devgan. They are personalities that I look up to and admire in my character. ”
He does not want to call MayDay his “first-full career”. “I like expanding more of what I do. I dedicate 10 hours a day to content creation and I want to consider that my passion and calling, acting and m
usic for me is a medium where I can display my art to a more diverse audience.
For me personally, my authentic acting winnings will be when I have the opportunity to dedicate myself completely to the arts, everything else I do now I consider as a special presence, ” Says Nagar.