After making an impression with 'The Dirty Picture', Tusshar Kapoor has yet again garnered positive response for his latest release 'Shootout at Wadala'...
As the Sanjay Gupta directorial steadily makes its way to the top-ranking films, Tusshar who has always managed to hold his own in an ensemble star cast film couldn't be happier.
Siad Tusshar, "I give my heart and soul to my character. I believe that's why directors make my roles more significant in context of the storyline. I'm content with the way people are reacting to my performance".
Talking about why he chose to essay the character of Sheikh Munir added Tusshar, "What I wanted to achieve with the character - a gangster with a good heart - I have. I wasn't anticipating this feedback, but I admit that I wanted it. If I had a choice to pick a character I'd like to play in SAW, I'd choose Munir because I'm confident of the part".
Always looking to strike a balance between his projects be it a comedy, an action entertainer or a drama, versatility has always been the key with Tusshar - "I'm not restricting myself to any particular genre. I like to strike a balance. My next film is Bajate Raho, an offbeat comedy; something I haven't attempted before," said the actor.
Bannered under Balaji Production, 'Shootout At Wadala' stars John Abraham, Anil Kapoor, Manoj Bajpai, Mahesh Manjrekar, Kangana Ranaut, Rohit Roy among others.