Mon, 17 Mar 2014 08:00:00 GMT | By IANS

Don't see any difference in lead or character roles: Simhaa

"I give prime importance to the story of a film," said 'Urumeen' actor Simhaa


Don't see any difference in lead or character roles: Simhaa (© Filmysouth)

Chennai: Simhaa, who is playing the lead in upcoming Tamil film 'Urumeen' after essaying character roles in films such as 'Neram' and 'Soodhu Kavvum', says he doesn't see any difference in playing a lead or a character in a film. The story is all that he cares about.

"For me, all roles are the same. A lead role means you're going to lead a story from the front and a character role probably not from the front. That's the only difference I see in these kinds of roles. I give prime importance to the story of a film," Simhaa told us.

Simhaa rose to prominence after playing a comic villain in last year's Tamil comedy 'Neram'. He will be seen in a full length negative character in upcoming Tamil gangster drama 'Jigarthanda'.

"All roles are meant to entertain audiences. So how does it matter if you're playing a lead or a character role? I treat all roles equally and as an actor I'm only bothered about the kind of films I do more than anything else," he said.

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