Aparshakti Khurrana says he hopes that along with his upcoming characteristic “Helmet”, his journey in Hindi cinema will take a flip for the higher. Khurrana has carved a distinct segment along with his comedian timing in character roles in films like “Dangal”, “Stree”, “Lukka Chuppi” and “Bala”.
“Helmet”, directed by Satram Ramani, marks the actor’s first outing because the male lead. “People have now started resonating with the term actor more than the term hero. And I would like to keep it that in my life. Once the film releases (‘Helmet’) and if the audience, at all, accepts me in that space, then things might be a little different,” Khurrana informed PTI.
Billed as a unusual comedy, “Helmet” depicts the bottom actuality of the nation whereby it’s nonetheless inappropriate and awkward to speak about protected intercourse.
The actor mentioned that he feels nice that individuals have appreciated his performances in light-hearted films.
“Light-hearted parts always make me happy and they keep my energy going. I am happy to be doing comic parts. I believe that the audience has a stronger emotional connection with an actor who plays light-hearted parts than ones who play intense characters,” he added.
However, the 32-year-old actor is open to the thought of experimenting with numerous roles, one thing that he tried along with his final movie, “Street Dancer 3D”.
“That was a different (role), I made people cry. Besides, I’m reading a couple of scripts that are different from the comic parts that I play.”
Khurrana mentioned that he would not consider an actor can get slotted in a selected position so long as they’re doing related work.
It’s all about doing good work. If you do unhealthy work, you’ll get stereotyped. If you create a related world for the viewers, individuals will come to observe you.”
Co-produced by Sony Pictures Networks Productions and actor Dino Morea, the film also features Pranutan Bahl, Abhishek Banerjee, among others.
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