Tusshar Kapoor made his Bollywood debut with Satish Kaushik’s Mujhe Kucch Kehna Hai in 2001 opposition Kareena Kapoor Khan. The actor is best known for such films as Khakee, Kya Kool Hain Hum franchise, Shootout At Lokhandwala, Shor In The City, The Dirty Picture, Shootout At Wadala and especially the Golmaal series.
In an interview with Hindustan Times, the actor talked about his journey as an actor in the Hindi film industry, the early successes, subsequent failures and the popularity of the Golmaal franchise. He said: “It started with Khakhee (2004), Shootout in Lokhandwala (2007), and then again Shor In The City and The Dirty Picture, both in 2011.”
He added: “But thanks to Golmaal it becomes like a brand for you. I have no problem with it, I am happy.” When asked about his career regrets, he said, “I don’t regret it, but yes, of course, there are some movies that I made early in my career that I think I could have done. But I did, and I should be happy because even the not so good experiences taught me a lot. “
He continued, “You learn that this is not something (what you want to do), not the people you want to work with, and it’s not a setup you would want to do again.” The actor also shared his views on the coronavirus pandemic and how it has changed things for the Hindi film industry.
He said, “Now, with COVID-19, we have the ability to release movies to the public there. I’m thankful that it’s getting bigger, and there’s so much growth in the industry. Different kinds of movies are being made and genres. is being investigated. “
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