After being appreciated for his performance in Shootout at Lokhandwala, Tusshar Kapoor says he'll think twice before signing a project. Prior to this, Kapoor's recent films, Kya Love Story Hai and Good Boy Bad Boy, flopped.
"I'm going to be doubly sure about selecting the projects. Some times you end up doing films for friendship. But that doesn't help. I'll try not to get carried away," says a cautious Kapoor, who has been flooded with calls of appreciation for his role in Shootout at Lokhandwala.
"It was a big challenge for me to accept a negative role. Now, looking at the response and the number of calls I am getting, I think I did full justice to my role," he says.
After trade pundits declared Shootout at Lokhandwala a hit, Balaji Telefilms has signed director Apoorva Lakhia to direct two more projects for them.
"The first project is a joint venture with Suniel Shetty's production house. The second one will be produced by us," Kapoor confirms.
So, will he be part of both the projects?
"Nothing is finalised as yet. I don't know about the first project. But the second one will surely feature me," he says.
And, what does papa Jeetendra have to say about his role?
"He watches all my movies. But he doesn't comment much on it. This time too, he only said ‘good work'," says Kapoor.
Kapoor says the film has gone down well with family.