Doing just intense roles can get quite boring, believes Ajay
Devgn who is happy to have worn a different hat in
the out and out comedy "All
The Best" even as he is on home ground in "London
"It's a great feeling that at this stage of my career
I am being seen in movies as diverse as 'London Dreams' and
'All The Best'. At one point of time, I was doing only intense
roles," Ajay, 40, who won a National Award for "Zakhm"
(1998), told IANS.
"But, believe me, if I had continued doing that till date
with every film, I would have been really bored and fed up by
Ajay has been seen in quite a few films that required him to
showcase his intense side, among them "Halla Bol",
"Omkara", "Apaharan", "Gangaajal",
"Deewangee", "Company" and "Takshak".
His "London Dreams" co-star Asin has said it is Ajay's
"intensity quotient" that strikes one most as an actor.
She also said when it comes to dramatic scenes, he just "eats
up the screen".
But Ajay says humbly, "I don't really know if I eat up
the screen or do anything like that in my dramatic scenes. Yes,
intensity has been my forte and I take her views as a compliment.
But, as I said, I am loving this phase of my career where I
am able to work on diverse films."