New Delhi, Oct 21 (IANS) After carving a niche for himself by playing unconventional roles, actor Irrfan Khan now wants to do a musical film.
‘I want to do action films, comedy films and I want to be part of a musical. I want to do a character who sings or plays something,’ Irrfan told IANS.
After his recent release ‘Knock Out’, the actor has a bag full of films. He will soon be seen in ‘Paan Singh Tomar’, ‘Yeh Saali Zindagi’, ‘Saat Khoon Maaf’ and ‘Thank You’.
Mohit Suri gifts Rs.7 lakh watch to Mashhoor Amrohi
Director Mohit Suri was so impressed by actor Mashhoor Amrohi’s comic timing in his film ‘Crook’ that he gifted him a Breitling gold watch worth Rs.7 lakh.
Grandson of late filmmaker Kamal Amrohi, Mashhoor enacted the role of Emraan Hashmi’s best friend – a jovial Punjabi bloke, in ‘Crook’.
‘I loved his timing and flair for comedy. Since he surpassed my expectations playing the character of Goldie, I decided to surprise him with a token of appreciation,’ Mohit said.
Manoj took lessons from ‘sunar’ for ‘Dus Tola’
Bollywood actor Manoj Bajpayee reveals he took lessons from a ‘sunar’ to make his role of a goldsmith in ‘Dus Tola’ look as realistic as possible.
‘I did take lessons from a professional sunar to understand the nuances of jewellery-making to enact it convincingly on screen,’ said Manoj.
‘But I cannot make jewellery independently. It is a different art. However, I do understand it quite a bit now and know how much of effort and labour goes into handmade pieces.
‘When I was young, I used to sit at the jewellery shop of one of my closest friend. He would allow me to do small things and attend customers too. And now in this film, I am actually playing a goldsmith,’ he added.