Rahul Khanna wants to portray crook on screen

Rahul Khanna wants to portray crook on screen

Gurgaon, Sep 15 (IANS) Actor Rahul Khanna, who has featured in movies like “Earth” and “Bollywood/Hollywood”, says he would love to essay a crook at least once in his film career.

Rahul, who is rarely seen on the small screen, is currently hosting NDTV Good Times’s TV show titled “The Mavericks”, which explores the world of whisky and addresses the nuances behind the making of single malt scotch brand Glenfiddich.

He says he doesn’t take up a lot of projects as “he can’t be in two places at the same time”. Rahul says that he is open to trying new things, and a lot of factors could influence him to pick his projects.

“I am open to new things. I could like the script, the character or the people who are making the movie or the commercial aspect of it… So, many factors,” Rahul told IANS here.

Rahul featured in the Indian TV show “24” in 2013, in between he starred in the American show “The Americans” as Yousaf Rana. Last seen on screen in the film “Fireflies” in 2014, he said he would love to portray a role like that of a “jewel thief”.

“I would love to do something historical, some sort of a crook, like a jewel thief,” Rahul said.

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