Tusshar Kapoor has not really had any major success at the box office after 2007`s Shootout at Lokhandwala. But all that`s set to change at the tail end of 2008 with his highly anticipated Golmaal Returns. He is back with his grunts, squeaks and cries in his rib-tickling role as a mute. And this time there`s a twistĂ‚Â—he is also a hair dresser. Is it anything like Adam Sandler`s You Don`t Mess with the Zohan? We find out.
This is not your first time on Indian Idol....
No, this is my second time. I came for season 3 to promote my film Dhol.
Have you been following Indian Idol on TV?
Yes, I watched a little of it. But then I had to go on an outdoor shoot and I could not keep up. But once I got back I`ve been refreshing my knowledgeĂ‚Â—on who were eliminated and who are still in the competition.
You got a chance to interact with the contestants. What did you think of them?
I think they are a very talented bunch. They don`t seem to be stressed at all. I was surprised by how cool they are. It`s great to see them enjoying themselves in this competition.
What do you think of the show so far? Did any of the eliminations shock you? I think it is too soon for things to shock us viewers and too early to evaluate the contestants. I believe everything is being done very fairly. There are still a lot of contestants remaining. Only in the later stage can we decide who should stay and who should not.