I hope someone sees something else in me except comedy: Chunky

Last Updated: Monday, July 16, 2012 - 12:17

Mumbai: Actor Chunky Pandey, who started his career with strong character roles and later shifted gears to comedy, the latest being `Housefull 2`, says that he yearns to do something out of the box.

"I don`t think I am restricting myself to doing only comedy I am hoping that someone offers me something else. I had done a film for Ram Gopal Verma called `D` with Randeep Hooda. It was a very dark film and I would like to do something like that," Chunky told reporters.

"It requires a lot of guts for someone to cast me in something else. I am just hoping that someone sees something else in me other than comedy," he said.

His role as `Aakhiri Pasta` has been loved by one and all in `Housefull` and `Housefull 2`. Also, his next release is adult comedy, `Kya Super Kool Hai Hum`.

"I think comedy is very easy. It’s all in the writing. If the writing is good and you have good director it is good. Like for `Housefull` I used to do whatever Sajid told me, I used to copy him. `Housefull` was a mass entertainer. Kids loved that film and they asked me when I was coming back," Chunky said.

"I feel I can`t tell them that I am coming back as Baba 3G in a sex comedy, `Kya Super Kool Hai Hum`. I will miss the kids watching this film but I am sure that many of them will run away from homes to watch this film," he said.

Meanwhile, Chunky has plans to produce films. " I am going to produce a film for sure this year but it is very premature to talk about it," he said.

Chunky hit off with films like `Tezaab` and went on to do memorable roles in `Aag Hi Aag`, `Paap Ki Duniya` and `Vishwatma`. Thereafter he forayed into comedy with `Ankhein` among many others, and more recently did roles in `De Dana Dan`, `Tees Maar Khan` and `Housefull` series.

PTI



First Published: Monday, July 16, 2012 - 12:17

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