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‘It is scary to play Circuit’

bollywood Updated: Feb 20, 2011 01:57 IST
Navdeep Kaur Marwah
Navdeep Kaur Marwah
Hindustan Times
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Actor Arshad Warsi had a great 2010 with Ishqiya pleasing the critics and Golmaal 3 hitting jackpot at the box office. Now, the 42-year-old actor is looking forward to his upcoming comic caper Faltu, that also stars Riteish Deshmukh and Jacky Bhagnani, among others. The film, directed by ace choreographer Remo D’souza, has Warsi playing a character called Google. He says, “My character is called Google Chand, who is a one-stop shop for solving everyone's troubles."

The actor, who was in the Capital at PVR Rivoli, has a busy year ahead as he is doing the Dhamaal sequel and the third movie in the Munnabhai series. "I am currently shooting for Double Dhamaal and will aslo be part of Munnabhai Chale Amerika. Then there are few other projects that I can't reveal at the moment."

When asked how it feels to play the lovable character of 'Circuit', Arshad says, “To be honest, I just love the character of Circuit. But now it seems quite scary to play Circuit once again for the latest Munnabhai film. People have huge expectations from it and t is a big challenge to always live up to it.”

Moving on, we asked him about the cancellation of the Bryan Adams concert in Delhi. The actor says, "It is very disappointing that the Bryan Adams concert has been cancelled. He is a true legend.”

Another thing that has the actor excited about is a bike ride that he is going on with his friends in coming months. "I have wanted to go for a bike ride since long. So finally now in June I will be going on a bike ride from Mumbai to Leh with my close friends," he reveals.

Talking further about his sporty side, we asked him about the Cricket World cup and India's chances, "I think India team is in great form and has all the possibility of winning the cup. Having said that, it is the Australian team and its unity, confidence and never –say-die attitude that the Indian team really needs to worry about."

Lastly, on being asked about the reports that he and his wife Maria are planning to marry each other again, he says, "We are fine. Though getting married again is not a bad idea. But we have not thought about it yet."