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Dancing for me is a small part of acting, says Arshad Warsi

Arshad Warsi is currently gearing up for the release of his forthcoming film Total Dhamaal. 

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New Delhi Published on: February 20, 2019 15:05 IST
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Dancing for me is a small part of acting, says Arshad Warsi

Bollywood actor Arshad Warsi, who is currently gearing up for his next project titled Total Dhamaal opened up about his dancing skills. Arshad has worked as a choreographer for stage shows and for the 1993 film "Roop Ki Rani Choron Ka Raja", says dancing for him is a small part of acting. He primarily wants to be known as an actor who can dance.

Before entering Bollywood, he worked as a choreographer for stage shows. He also opened a dance school and won an English Jazz Dancing Competition when he was 21.

Asked if he would he like to star in a dance-based film like Varun Dhawan, Arshad told IANS: "I will not be able to do that. When I joined the industry, I was asked and I said, 'I would like to be known as an actor who can dance rather than a dancer who can act'. So, for me dancing is a small part of acting."

The 30-year-old actor, who is gearing up for the release of his forthcoming film "Total Dhamaal", says if an opportunity comes knocking at his door, he will take it up.

"Until and unless I am asked to do a film which is dance-oriented, then maybe. But I will not force just because I can dance," he added. 

"Total Dhamaal" is the third installment of the successful franchise "Dhamaal", which originally starred Arshad, Javed Jaaferi and Riteish Deshmukh alongside Sanjay Dutt.

It also stars Ajay Devgn, Madhuri Dixit Nene, Anil Kapoor and Boman Irani. Co-produced by Fox Star Studios, Ajay Devgn Ffilms, Ashok Thakeria, Kumar, Sri Adhikari Brothers, Anand Pandit, Sangeeta Ahir and Kumar Mangat Pathak, the film will release on Friday. 

(With IANS Inputs)

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