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There is nothing for me to prove in Bollywood, says Mohanlal!

Submitted by on April 17, 2012 – 6:16 pmNo Comment |

Mohanlal, whose Hindi film ‘Tezz’ that has been directed by Priyadarshan would be released on the 27th of this month, says that he has nothing to prove in Bollywood as an actor. Neither is he a competitor in the Hindi film industry. The much loved Malayalam actor, who is renowned for his down-to-earth ways, feels that he is quite comfortable with his illustrious career down south.

Mohanlal plays a police officer in the film, and its more of a cameo, but which occupied one of the most vantage points of the film however. Not just that, the actor feels that its director Priyadarshan’s best film ever. In ‘Tezz’, he would be seen along with Bollywood stars like Ajay Devgan, Anil Kapoor, Sameera Reddy and Kanagana Ranaut.

This is not the first time the actor ventures into Bollywood. Even earlier he has been seen in a very significant role in Ram Gopal Verma’s film ‘Company’. It was Verma himself who invited him over to play a key role in ‘Aag’ which was the RGV version of ‘Sholay’.

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