No more dark roles for Emraan

No more dark roles for Emraan
Actor Emraan Hashmi says he felt he had reached saturation point with dark and intense roles in his decade-long film career, and that his forthcoming movie Ghanchakkar, a comedy entertainer, came as a much-awaited break for him.

‘I wanted to do a comedy film for a long time. I had done a lot of intense films and dark roles, but I think that was reaching a saturation point,’ the 34-year-old said here Wednesday at a promotional even for Ghanchakkar.

The actor has portrayed intense roles in almost all his films, including
Murder, Zeher, Kalyug, Gangster, Jannat, Raaz - The Mystery Continues, Once Upon a Time in Mumbaai, Jannat 2
and Shanghai.

So, Ghanchakkar seemed like a whiff of fresh air.

‘When (Ghanchakkar director) Rajkumar Gupta narrated the script to me, I felt that the comedy and the sense of humour is something through which I want to project myself,’ he added.

Emraan believes Ghanchakkar
is going to change the way people see comedies.

‘It is one of the best scripts I have heard and it is going to change the way we see comedies. Slapstick comedies, I think, have had it's course, people have seen a lot of them and (I guess) let's do something else now,’ Emraan said.

‘This is a new page in comedies, something people have not seen and have been missing out on. I am sure the audience will like it,’ he added.

Produced by UTV, Ghanchakkar is about a Maharashtrian man, essayed by Emraan, and his loud Punjabi housewife, played by Vidya Balan. The film releases 28 June.


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