Multi-starrers have been more lucky for Tusshar Kapoor than his solo releases and the actor says he is comfortable sharing the screen space with others as long as his role is good.
Tusshar's most recent release Shootout at Wadala had
John Abraham in the lead with actors like Anil Kapoor and
Manoj Bajpayee playing key roles.
"I believe if I put my soul in the character it will have
more impact. And I don't believe if other actors are there my
role will go unnoticed. I believe we are all actors and we all
have our share in the pie and I am not insecure about it,"
Tusshar told PTI interview.
The actor began his Bollywood journey with actress
Kareena Kapoor in Satish Kaushik's love-story Mujhe Kuch
Kehna Hai back in 2001.
Since then, he has been a part of successful
multi-starrers like Golmaal, Shootout at Lokhandwala,
The Dirty Picture and Kya Kool Hain Hum.
"I think if people typecast me with one genre then I
surprise them with different roles for instance if there was
a Golmaal and Kyaa Kool Hai Hum then I have also done
Khakhee and Shor in the city and there was also The Dirty
"I think audience have accepted me in diverse roles. Even
if I get typecast I would have no issues with it as long I am
building a fan base and it also means I am good at doing
action and comedy that are both poles apart," Tusshar said.
The girl said she had told her mother about it and after
consulting some relatives, they lodged a complaint against the
man on June 8, 2011.
The man, however, said he was falsely implicated in the
case by his wife as she wanted to grab his property. He also
said that his wife and daughter indulged in immoral
activities and when he stopped them, they lodged a false case
The court, however, rejected his contentions saying it
was not convincing that the girl levelled false allegations
against her father when he stopped her from indulging in
alleged immoral activities.
"The evidence on record has established that relationship
between the father and mother of the girl were strained, there
had been dispute between them over the house property and that
accused had made various complaints against them. The
complaints placed and proved on record could only establish
the dispute over the house property only between the parents
of the prosecutrix.
"However, it could not be established that either the
girl or her mother had been indulging in immoral activities,"
the judge said, adding, "I find testimony of the girl wholly
reliable, consistent and trustworthy."