New Delhi, Dec 10 (IANS) Actor Sharman Joshi, who played a very different role in Onir's 'Sorry Bhai', says that the script is his top priority when he chooses a film.
'My priority when I choose a film is the script, then it is the director and then my part in the film. These are my guidelines. I like doing films that I would want to see as an audience,' Sharman told IANS.
'My part in the film is also important. Is the role challenging to portray? Will it be exciting for me? I look at all this very objectively,' said Sharman, whose performances were appreciated in films like 'Rang De Basanti' and 'Life In A Metro'.
The actor's future projects include Tips Films' 'Toh Baat Pakki' and Ravi Walia's 'Allah Ke Bande' apart from Rajkumar Hirani's 'Three Idiots'.