Weekend Exclusive | Tusshar Kapoor on a noisy ride with 'Shor'

What's the Shor about? Tusshar Kapoor exclusively speaks to Adgully about his latest venture "Shor'. If you have watched the trailer you will know that is not going to be a typical bollywood movie but rather a refreshing change especially to watch Tusshar don this avatar. "Shor' has also made its way to Cannes and the New York Film Festival.

The movie is not about making noise but rather about the noise created in people's lives. Tusshar explains that it is about the highs and lows, the stress and excitement, that revolve around the three characters in this film. Their stories bring out the soul and spirit of the fast paced city of Mumbai. This new age movie, Made in a non - documentary fashion highlights the essence of Mumbai.

Elaborating on his role Tusshar plays "Tilak' a petty criminal who makes pirated books. He is the typical "tapori' with the heart of gold who feels that he's seen and done it all and now wishes to move on to better things in life.

Although Tusshar had ample luxuries surrounding him he has always been grounded and lived a life of normal middle class Mumbaikar. To make the character come alive Tusshar used elements from his personality like his maturity to play this role.

Tusshar didn't really choose to play this role but chose the movie. He shares that he was taken by the script and narration of this movie. One major reason for him choosing this movie was that it is was very different from his previous works which was mainly in comedy.

Speaking about the directors Krishna D.K., Raj Nidimoru Tusshar said that they were very clear about their vision. He is already looking forward to working with hem again and hopes that Shor makes some good shor.

Tusshar's advice to aspiring actors is that if they watch "Shor' their queries will be answered and their minds will get clear. | By Vanessa Azavedo [vanessa(at)adgully.com]


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