John Cusack speaks on his interest in Kashmir
Hollywood star John Cusack says that he has come close to knowing and understanding about India to understand the world better.
Actors have always been vocal about events or upheavals in India.
When IANS asked Cusack about India, he said, “I have gone to India and have a very good friendship with Arundhati Roy (writer). The way I have known India is extraordinary. That is why I have issues like India and Kashmir. I was interested. I am trying to understand the world. “
Cusack began acting in the eighties. He gained popularity with films such as Better of the Dead, Say Anything, Bullets Over Broadway, Grosse Pointe Blanc, High Fidelity, 1408, Igor, 2012 and The Raven.
Right now he is coming into the digital world with the plot thriller series ‘Utopia’.
This 8-episode series is about saving the world. On making such a delayed digital debut, he said, “I was not offered anything that I thought I wanted to do. It was the first time I felt that I should. When I read the script I 8 could not stop himself from reading the episode. It was a very surprising writing. “