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Currently looking forward to Dhol and Aggar, Tusshar Kapoor speaks to Hiren Kotwani about the diametrically diverse characters that he's playing.

india Updated: Sep 11, 2007 14:31 IST

Although he started experimenting with roles before Shootout at Lokhandwala, Tusshar Kapoor is happy with his character in this film. Currently looking forward to Priyadarshan's Dhol and Ananth Mahadevan's Aggar, Kapoor talks about his diametrically diverse characters.

Comedy cum thriller
"Dhol is a comedy, Aggar a thriller. My characters in both the films have many shades of grey." The buzz was that he apparently consulted good friend Kareena Kapoor on working with Priyadarshan.

"It was just a casual chat. She told me that he's an easygoing hassle-free director. You don't need to go prepared on his sets. He guides you perfectly on what and how to go about your role," adds Kapoor.

On missing out working in Mission Istanbul, sister Ektaa Kapoor's co-production with Suniel Shetty, he says, "Apoorva (Lakhia) needed specific dates. And I wasn't free during those days."

Kapoor is doing his other home production C Company, directed by newcomer Sachin. He quickly adds, "And before you ask me, the film has nothing to do with Ram Gopal Varma's Company or D in any way. It' a fun film."

His other films are Kumar Mangat's One Two Three and the Golmaal sequel.

"I'm playing a bhai's son in One Two Three.. just like we have star sons and daughters in the film industry.. but my character is a comical one.. a spoof on happens when I goes on my first supari killing," he explains with a laugh.

First Published: Sep 11, 2007 11:41 IST