Mumbai, Oct 5 (IANS) Actor Gulshan Deviah admits that his negative character in "Ramleela" is like a dream role for him but he also feels that he is getting typecast in Bollywood. Nevertheless, he believes "Ramleela" is going to be his "big ticket".
"I feel now I am getting typecast in Bollywood, but it's not the makers' fault," Gulshan told IANS.
"I am glad that soon after this film, I am doing two films in which I am not playing a negative role. I think it will be the right way to break the image," he added.
Gulshan was earlier seen in films like "Shaitan" and "Hate Story".
Bagging a role in "Ramleela", a film by Sanjay Leela Bhansali, has been a dream come true.
"'Ramleela' is like my huge ticket. I am thankful to Sanjay sir for casting me in the film. I am playing a negative role... a man who is very proud of himself, egoistic, angry and a complex character. I thought I won't be able to pull off the role, but luckily I managed to," he said.
"Ramleela" features Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone in the lead.