Ravi Kishan to explore talent in Bollywood
After doing almost 170 movies in Bhojpuri, Kishan says he now wants to cut down on his work there as he wants concentrate on Hindi films now.
"I am cutting down my work in Bhojpuri cinema. There was a time when I used to do 10-12 films a year, now I will do 2-3 only. I want to do more Bollywood movies now. I want to concentrate here and don't want to restrict myself only to Bhojpuri films. I aspire to show my versatility here," Kishan told us.
"I have been doing Bhojpuri films since quite some time, have achieved stardom over there and have a huge fan following. I am happy that I have come this far. I wanted to explore different things, so I'm doing Bollywood films," he said.
The 41-year-old actor, who has played the role of a lead hero in most of his Bhojpuri films, is not refraining from playing side roles in Bollywood.
"It is not that I am eyeing solo hero projects here. I want to do good, strong roles. I don't have any problem playing second lead, or doing supporting roles. I am fine with it," Kishan said.
"I am looking forward to doing strong character driven roles here. When I choose a script I look for a good storyline, there should be good supporting star cast, director and banner as it helps in getting a decent release," he said.
Kishan is not new to Hindi cinema as he has done quite a few films like Salman Khan's 'Tere Naam', Mani Ratnam's 'Raavan', Saif Ali Khan's 'Agent Vinod', Karisma Kapoor's comeback film 'Dangerous Ishhq' and others.
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