Rishabh Shetty’s Kantra has become the second highest grossing Kannada film.
Kantra is also being loved by the Hindi film buffs and the film director Rishabh Shetty’s name has reached the nooks and crannies of the country.
But Rishabh didn’t get this success overnight, he had to work hard for 20 years.
In a recent interview, Rishabh shared how he spent his hard days selling gallons of water and working in hotels.
Rishabh started his film career in Kannada film industry in 2004 but got an opportunity to work as a film director in 2014.
“After completing my degree, I started doing odd jobs because I didn’t have money to watch movies and couldn’t ask my father for money every time,” he said.
He said that whatever job I got, I started in 2004 and in 2014 I got an opportunity to do film direction.