He surprises us all by his simplicity, humility and a straight forward approach towards life. Being in this competitive industry, Sumit still manages to redeem the freshness and jovial wit about himself.
Rangmunch: One thing you are grateful for in life?
Sumit: My birth (smiles).
Rangmunch: One thing that is missing in your life at the moment?
Sumit: Ahhh!!! Missing in my life!!! Nothing really.
Rangmunch: What according to you is your greatest assest?
Sumit: My parents, my family (responds instantly).
Rangmunch: Do you believe that first impression is the last impression?
Sumit: No, not at all. It keeps changing with time and with every interaction with people.
Rangmunch: Are you adventurous by nature and like taking risks?
Sumit: Yes. We were shooting in Macau and I don’t know swimming and yet had to be in water for a scene and kind of managed it.
Rangmunch: What is the craziest thing you want to do?
Sumit:There are few fears in my life like water and heights. I want to overcome them. I want to learn swimming and do bungee jumping or paragliding.
Rangmunch: If you have to choose between love and family, what would you choose?
Sumit: I would choose love with family.
Rangmunch: Do you read newspaper? What section do you read first?
Sumit: Yes I do, and I love to read Mumbai times (says with a huge smile).
Rangmunch: Who has had the greatest impact in your life?
Sumit: My parents.
Rangmunch: What are you proud of?
Sumit: I am proud of living in a joint family. In today’s world where a slight interference is unappreciated, I live in a super joint family with 20 people in it, and I am very proud of that. I live with 3 generations.
Rangmunch: Do you forgive yourself easily?
Sumit: No , I don’t.I live in guilt till I confess.
Rangmunch: Describe yourself in one word or sentence?
Sumit: I believe in karma and believe in the line “live to give."
Niharika Vidya Sagar