No chocolate boy roles for me: Fahad Ali
"I prefer playing intense roles. I like the grey shades in my character. I don't exactly like playing complete negative roles, but I don't want to do chocolate boy roles," he told us.
The actor has been seen in other shows like 'Balika Vadhu', 'Chhoti Si Zindagi', 'Zindagi Kahe - Smile Please' and teen show 'Gumrah'.
But what he enjoys most is the teen shows. "I prefer teen shows. They are very different from other mainstream shows," said the 25-year-old who associates with his character to a large extent in 'The Buddy Project'.
"My character talks less and is very straight-forward. He is a middle-class boy and is independent. I am also like that in real life," added Fahad, who is also looking at the big screen roles. I want to be a part of Bollywood. But as of now I am loving this show ('The Buddy Project') and I love playing the character," he said.
After being on screen for almost three years now, Fahad said he wants to "take a break from TV shows for a while".
"I want to assist Vishal Bhardwaj for some film. I have not got any offers as of now, but I want to do this. I want to see how a film is made," he said.
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