New Delhi: Actor Darshan Kumaar says he loves to work in all genres of cinema.
Talking about choosing mostly realistic roles, Darshan told IANS over phone from Mumbai, “I love to do all kinds of films. While I’ve done realistic cinema like ‘Mary Kom’, ‘NH10’ and ‘Sarbjit’, I’ve also done commercial potboilers like ‘Baaghi 2’ and ‘A Gentleman’.”
The actor is happy that he has been loved for his myriad roles on screen. “I am glad I have been appreciated for both kinds of films,” he said.
On his next ventures, Darshan said, “I have two Bollywood projects coming up. But it’s too early to talk about them. Also upcoming are two web series in which you will see me soon.”
Darshan made his Bollywood debut in 2003 with the Salman Khan starrer “Tere Naam” and was later seen in realistic films like “Mary Kom”, “NH10” and “Sarbjit”. He was also seen in movies such as “A Gentleman” and “Baaghi 2”.