News|December 6, 2011 4:10 pm

Tusshar Kapoor: I am not giving up on solo films

Apart from his debut film Satish Kaushik directed ‘Mujhe Kucch Kehna Hai’, rest all of his films were flop, Tusshar Kapoor is still not ready stay away from Solo films, infect he says that he will never give up on solo films,

Tusshar Kapoor has got hit films which are multistarrer, still he desires for a solo, Tusshar said,

I want to do solo films. In this industry no matter how popular you are if you don’t have a solo hit..the proof of being a star is not there. You have to prove it to the industry. Even though you are capable of giving hit films but you have to deliver a solo hit,

My first film was a solo – ‘Mujhe Kuch Kehna Hai’ and that was a hit but then there were a few flop films. I have not had a solo hit for quite some time. I am aiming for a solo hit and luckily I am getting opportunities. I did have offer for solo films – the one film with Rajshri banners – ‘Love You Mr Kalakar’ but it did not work for me,” Tusshar said.
“I am not giving up on solo films. Multi starrers are keeping me safe. They are also risky but I feel I am fortunate enough to be part of very good big multi starrers. A solo film is must…it is something I will not give up,

Tusshar has been lucky with the multi-starrer films like Khakee where he got an opportunity to work with stars like Amitabh Bachchan, Ajay Devgn and Akshay Kumar, he also worked in Golmaal and after that Kyaa Kool Hai Hum followed by Shootout at Lokhandwala,

His recent multi starrer releases Shor in the City and The Dirty Picture also grabbed the hit mark, Tusshar will be seen in ‘Char Din Ki Chandni’ and once again a solo opposite Kulraj Randhawa which will release in January 2012.

Tusshar said,

With ‘Char Din Ki Chandani’, an out-an-out comedy I have hopes on the film. I am fine doing solo films of any genre. The script should be masala, entertaining and backed by good production house as they know how to make and promote a film,

There have been ups and down. I have learnt from every experience. I think I couldn’t have done better. I cherish my journey in the industry till date. Whatever I have achieved I am happy but not satisfied. I feel I have miles to go.

I am grateful to be part of blockbuster movies. I have done wide range of roles, shown my versatility and not stuck to any particular genre. Despite my hits and flops I never had to struggle for getting films. I may not be number a one star or a Rs 20 crore actor. But I always had a three-four films and I never had to get worried about work.