"You can't just work on selfies. Photography is a very focussed art. It is one of the few things that you do very beautifully, but you really need to pull yourself and devote time to it. (However) I will continue it at some point of time. I enjoyed it very much initially, but it's fun at the moment, he further added."
New Delhi, June 14 - He started his career as a professional photographer, but joining Bollywood and tasting success soon left him with less time to continue his passion. However, now actor Boman Irani says he would love to put the best of his photographs together for an exhibition some day.

Asked if he had ever thought of putting together candid moments captured out of film sets, Boman told IANS: One day, of course. I really need to devote time for this.

Boman, who essayed memorable roles in Munnabhai M.B.B.S., Being Cyrus, Lage Raho Munnabhai, Khosla Ka Ghosla and 3 Idiots, says he hardly gets time to pursue his love towards photography.

You can't just work on selfies. Photography is a very focussed art. It is one of the few things that you do very beautifully, but you really need to pull yourself and devote time to it. (However) I will continue it at some point of time. I enjoyed it very much initially, but it's fun at the moment, he further added.

The actor, who was last seen in Amitabh Bachchan starrer Bhoothnath Returns, is also part of Farah Khan's much-anticipated movie Happy New Year, which also starring Shah Rukh Khan, Deepika Padukone and Abhishek Bachchan.


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