Veteran actor Nana Patekar says he does not want to involve himself with 'too many' films because he is 'not greedy' and he does not intend to buy luxury cars and bungalows.
Choosy about his work, the acclaimed actor told IANS: "Whenever somebody comes to me with a script, I ask a question to myself - 'Why do I want to do the film?'. I have earned as much as I could, got fame, so now how much... I am not a greedy actor."
"I don't want to do too many films because I don't aspire to buy huge cars or build bungalows."
The actor is gearing for 'Welcome Back'.
"It's a nice film and I enjoyed doing this film," said the actor, who has always balanced intense and comedy roles in his career.
Directed by Anees Bazmee, 'Welcome Back' also features Anil Kapoor, John Abraham, Paresh Rawal, Shruti Haasan and Shiney Ahuja.
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