'Normally the poor publicity of a film is attributed to the stars who don't give dates for pre-release campaigning. But I was more than willing to dole out dates for the publicity. Those dates went perpetually waste,' Tusshar told IANS.
'Though I liked the script and Anant Mahadevanji has done justice to it, the promotion wasn't aggressive enough. And for no fault of mine, I did the promotion of 'Aggar' on my own as much as possible. But the release came during the holy month of Ramadan and Ganesh Chaturthi and the India-Pakistan match. No one had time for the film.'
But Tusshar is still upbeat.
'I've Priyadarshan's 'Dhol' coming up this week. And that should compensate for the debacle of 'Aggar'. I can't say I'm tired of doing these boys' comedies. That's what's working at the box office.'ALSO READ: Shreyas Talpade & Tusshar Kapoor reunite after 'Golmaal' for untitled horror comedy