TV actor Karan Tacker on Thursday said in Mumbai that he has not grown tired of television and wants to play new roles on the small screen.
"I began my innings with in the entertainment industry with television. What I am it is due to television. So, I can't get bored by it, but now I want to play different roles," Tacker, who was here to promote singing reality show 'The Voice Of India', told reporters.
Known for his role in television serials like 'Love Ne Milla Di Jodi' and 'Ek Hazaaron Mein Meri Behana Hai', the 29-year-old actor said, "If you essay different roles, you remain young and lively."
Tacker said he would host 'The Voice Of India', which is scheduled to air on June 6.
He said that popular singers like Shaan, Sunidhi Chauhan, Mika Singh and Himesh Reshammiya would be the judges of the reality show.
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