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Tuesday, 3 January 2012

Sonu Nigam 's Love For Acting!

Seven years after the release of his last film, Love In Nepal, Sonu Nigam is thinking of returning to acting again.

He has apparently been offered the lead role in a film directed by Akashdeep. When asked, he admits, "Akash is very keen on it. It's a musical. It will be a pleasure if things work out. There is a serious surge of proposals lately. I am looking for bound scripts because I feel I'm too sincere in whatever I do and I deserve similar treatment." Sonu was recently offered the lead role in David Dhawan's Chashme Baddoor which he turned down. "The sudden surge of offers is due to the recent appreciation of my performances at the last six award functions last year, comic timing, etc. That's how Chashme Baddoor came my way."

Sonu adds, "Love in Nepal was my last film and the only worthy film. My agenda is art. Nothing else. I die when I work on something. I have to have equally driven people around me. It's disappointing to see a 100 days and crores of rupees worth time and effort gone nowhere due to some discrepancies. But I guess I had to learn one most important thing from it; the art of saying no when you are in doubt." Has he learnt the art of saying no? "Yes. I was naive and too soft on friends and elders. Now I understand the bigger repercussions of a project gone wrong. Art, great scripts and working with the most talented people is what I am looking at. Money is no criteria at all."

(Contributed by Upala KBR, Tushar Joshi and Parag Maniar)

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