Mumbai: Arshad Warsi reveals that after the success of "Jolly LLB", he is only getting solo hero film offers and has signed a couple of them after sifting through a bunch of scripts.
Talking about "Jolly LLB", which came out in March this year, he said: "The difference now is that the only films that are being offered to me are solos."
"Since the time `Jolly LLB` has released and done well, I have heard many scripts. I can`t even tell how many. Out of them, I have finalised five or six and they are all solos," the 45-year-old said here Wednesday on location of his film "Calling Mr.Joe B Carvalho".
"Jolly LLB" was a legal satire and starred Arshad in the title role.
"I have not gone out for only solo films, it`s just that only solos have been offered to me. If I say no to them, I will be sitting at home doing nothing. So, I have to do them," he said.
The actor`s work in "Jolly LLB" and the films` box office performance have instilled filmmakers` confidence in him.
"The doubt that people had about taking me in a solo, has been cleared. Now it`s like, `This person delivers, he just needs a good story and a good role`, which is good," said Arshad, whose hits like "Munnabhai" and "Golmaal" series were multi-starrers.
He will also be seen in "Peekay", "Dedh Ishqiya", and "Golmaal 4".