I’m not sure what I look for in scripts: Vijay Raaz

Mumbai, July 21 (IANS) Actor Vijay Raaz, who has featured in hit films like “Delhi Belly” and “Welcome”, says he isn’t sure what he looks for while going through scripts.

“I am not sure what I look for when I sign a script. It’s always something different for me. Sometimes, it’s the script or it’s the interesting character or director’s passion or producer’s enthusiasm.

“I am still struggling with it. Maybe, in the coming years I will know what attracts me to a movie,” Vijay said at an event organised for the forthcoming movie “Baankey Ki Crazy Baraat”.

The film is a quirky situational comedy that tickles your funny bone.

“Proxy wedding is such a unique idea. Movie progresses from one comic situation to another. Everyone is trying to make this wedding happen smoothly, that is what the movie is all about. It is family film,” said the actor.

“I am playing Lallan in the film. My character doesn’t believe in any problem,” he added.

The movie, which also stars Raajpal Yadav, Sanjay Mishra and Tia Bajpai, is scheduled to hit the theatres on August 7.

 

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