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I have done nonsense films: Dino Morea

Bollywood's eye candy Dino Morea wants to clear his backlog of "nonsense" films, jump onto the bandwagon of films that do well and start afresh.
Hindustan Times | By Neha Sharma, Chandigarh
UPDATED ON APR 16, 2008 05:53 PM IST

Bollywood's eye candy Dino Morea is looking for a change. He has grown his hair, wants to clear his backlog of "nonsense" films, jump onto the bandwagon of films that do well and start afresh.

"I have had an overdose of romantic thrillers. I don't want to do nonsense, run of the mill films anymore. I want to wipe my slate and make a clean start. Movies like Partner and Mujhse Shaadi Karogi do really well. I think I should also do such movies. In fact, my favourite film is Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro," he says.

"That is why I have grown my hair. I want the audience to see me in a new look," he adds.

The actor is evidently excited about his last release Bhram which he says is his last romantic thriller.

"I will not do any thriller after this. I am bored of them. In Bhram, I have played an investment banker who is Sheetal Menon's love interest. I am very happy I did this film not only because it is my last film from this genre but also because it has been conceptualised and shot very well.," he says.

Dino admits that he has been very tired lately because of the round the clock shooting schedule of a film in which he is mak ing a guest appearance.

"I am not allowed to divulge anything about the film. However, my next release is the action film Acid Factory. I want to do good action flicks and romantic comedies from now on," he says.

Another change that the dashing model turned actor wants to see is that his work should speak for him than his personal life. He refuses to state if he is dating someone and skirts the issue with a smooth "No comments".

"I am not saying yes, and I am not saying no," he says with his killer dimpled grin.

"I advise the audience to watch out for my new avtaar. I will sign good films, and give memorable performances in the coming years," he sums up.

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