Actor Tusshar Kapoor attended Society Achievers Awards 2018 on Sunday along with his father Jeetendra in Mumbai. During media interaction, Tusshar said that he would love to work in digital platform and television.
Nowadays, top Bollywood celebrities are experimenting in a digital platform and television and his sister Ekta Kapoor owns a digital channel, so when asked Tusshar whether he is open for the idea working in a digital platform, he said, “I would love to do it even television. I feel digital platform is a galaxy. Who would want to say no to it? It transcends geographical barriers, language, time, space. People can watch you work anytime anywhere and people of all language can watch it so it’s a galaxy why would I ignore it?”
Talking about ‘Society Achievers Awards 2018’ Tusshar said, “I have come earlier for society awards but I think dad (Jeetendra) is coming for the first time. We have come for a very special occasion. It’s inspiring because it’s not just Bollywood based. They are honoring personalities from different walks of life.”
When asked Tusshar whether a team of ‘Golmaal’ franchise is thinking about making 5th part of the successful franchise, he said, “Of course it will come but when it will come only Rohit (Shetty) will be able to answer that but definitely it will surely come and there is no question about it.”
When asked Jeetendra whether he liked ‘Golmaal Again’ and performance of his son Tusshar, Jeetendra said, “I loved ‘Golmaal Again’. I think they will not stop on 5th part of ‘Golmaal’, they will go on until its 15 part. It’s very difficult and he does it so well.”
When asked Tushar about his upcoming projects, he said, “I am still in discussion and reading scripts. I think after ‘Golmaal Again’ my follow up film should be worth it. I can’t bring the standard down after such a big success so, I am going to wait and do something that really worth doing it”
Adding to Tusshar, Jeetendra said “In my time, we used to do about 30 films at a time. Today these guys don’t do films. We used to films like a continuous running meter of a taxi.”
Tusshar said, “I tried that strategy but it pulled me back so I had to cut down”