Mumbai, Dec 22: Actor Paresh Rawal, who will soon be seen in thriller "Table No. 21", says his character may come across as negative, but it is not entirely black in shade.
"It may look like negative but as the story moves forward you'll realise it's not just negative, it has all kinds of shades," the 62-year-old said here Friday in an interview.
"Similar shades can be found in Rajeev Khandelwal and Tena Desae's characters as well. There is no black and white, all three characters are grey and all three are victims of circumstances," he added.
Being the seniormost actor in the film, Paresh might look like the only actor who has the responsibility to shoulder the film. But he says it is not so.
"As far as responsibility is concerned, if the film's story and script is good, our responsibility decreases. If the script, cast, actor and producer are good then the responsibility lessens. There is a hope that a good film reaches the audience and they like it," Paresh said.
The film has been primarily shot in Fiji, where Rajeev and Tena play a newly married couple. Directed by Aditya Datt, "Table No.21" will release Jan 4, 2013.