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Tusshar not afraid of being typecast.

JOSEPH VARGHESE

DOHA BOLLYWOOD actors try to avoid doing the same kind of roles again and again, but Tusshar Kapoor is an exception.

He says he has no qualms about being typecast. "I have no problem in getting typecast because it has it own pros. I want to do films that people like and if they are liking my role, I am comfortable in it," Tusshar told reporters on Thursday at DT Cinemas, Saket, New Delhi.

The actor was in New Delhi to promote his film Shor In The City that released recently. He was accompanied by actress Preeti Desai, who makes her debut with the dark comedy. Though he doesn't make an effort to change his image on screen, Tusshar is getting different roles.

The actor, who became popular for playing a dumb man in the Golmaal series, will be seen in different avatars in Shor In The City and romantic drama Love U...Mr Kalakar which releases in May. "I never planned what kind of roles I want to do, but I consider myself lucky that I have been offered different roles like Golmaal series and Love U...Mr Kalakar," he said.

Shor In The City is helmed by director duo Raj Nidimoru and Krishna DK and produced by Balaji Motion Pictures and ALT Entertainment.

Working under one's own production banner is very stressful, says Tusshar. "Working under family production house is very stressful because you know what all problems we have, or the film is facing.

In this movie (Shor In The City) I was working not only as an actor but also as a producer, but when you have the control you can manage it," he said.

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