Tusshar Kapoor reveals being insecure about his role in Golmaal
Recently Tusshar Kapoor revealed how insecure he felt when he was approached for his role in Golmaal.
Bollywood actor Tusshar Kapoor may not have had a typical Bollywood career, but the actor has delivered some standout screen performances in films like Shootout at Wadala and Khakee. But he is most well-known, though, for his comic timing in the Golmaal films. The actor, who will reprise his role as Lucky in the franchise's fifth instalment, recently discussed his initial hesitation to embark on the project.
Tusshar admitted in an interview with Bollywood Hungama that at first, the idea of playing a silent character was not appealing to him. There were only three primary characters at the time when he heard the script, and the fourth character was still a work in progress.
He continued by saying that he was a little uneasy about playing the part because he would be collaborating with comedians like Ajay Devgn and Arshad Warsi who are well reverd when it comes to comdey.
The Golmaal actor also said that while filming, the decision was made to change Lucky's original plan to utilise sign language to just being mute rather than deaf. Tusshar continued by saying that he had to improvise his acting because no sentences had been provided for him; he was simply advised when to laugh and cry. Well needless to say he did a phenominal job as his charecter Lucky left an everlasting imprssion on us.
Talking about the workfront, he was last seen in Maarrich playing a cop alongside Seerat Kapoor.For the unversed, Golmaal 5, directed by Rohit Shetty will go on floors this year.