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Prithviraj refutes reports

IndiaGlitz [Monday, December 03, 2012]
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Prithviraj has refuted reports appeared in a section of the media, which claimed that he was shifting his home to Mumbai, and would concentrate on Hindi films alone.

"It is true that I spent more months in Mumbai this year. So I did not want to stay in hotel for such a long time and wanted a place which I could call a home," says Prithviraj.

The 'Mozhi' and 'Parijatham' actor adds: "It (his shifting home to Mumbai) doesn't mean that I would not act in southern films. All that I want to do is good cinema."

He further says he would sure do movies in Tamil and Malayalam provided he gets interesting roles.




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