By Glamsham EditorialActor Tusshar Kapoor says that if he gets a chance to act in father Jeetendra's films in future, he would like to do films like CARAVAN and FARZ. In fact the actor says that he is not dying to do Sajid Khan's HIMMATWALA remake, which has been lately bagged by Ajay Devgn.
Says Tusshar, "If I had to act in any of my father's remakes then I would like to do films like CARAVAN and FARZ, as he (Jeetendra) was young then and I am too. I don't think I would have been able to do HIMMATWALA as he was in his 40s when he did the film. So, HIMMATWALA is of much older actor. Ajay is best for HIMMATWALA I think. And he has got action image also."
The actor says that he is not jealous of Ajay Devgn stepping into his father's shoe. He says, "Jealous? No no. We are not jealous. I am not dying to do HIMMATWALA and Ekta is also not dying to produce it. I am happy that right actor is doing it. I am happy that the film is made by a right, successful director. As long as it gets made well, gets a good release and people throw coins in the theatre like they did for the original; that is victory."
Tusshar will be soon seen in an upcoming comedy KYAA SUPER KOOL HAIN HUM with Riteish Deshmukh, Sarah-Jane Dias and Neha Sharma, is set to hit screens on 27th July, 2012.