After doing 165 movies in the last eight years, the king of Bhojpuri films has called it a day. "I was tired doing the same kind of work. I was disturbed.
I did about 165 Bhojpuri films and I feel I have done all kinds of work. So, now I am waiting for right kind of script. Till then no work (in Bhojpuri films)," Kishen said, on the sidelines of Dadasaheb Phalke Academy award ceremony, held last night.
The 40-year-old actor says he does not want to do run-of-the-mill films now. "Whatever success I have achieved it is all due to the Bhojpuri film industry and am enjoying the kind of name and fame I got.
But I am not getting the kind of scripts I am longing to do. I am bored of routine work and doing the same kind of films over and over again," Kishen said.
The actor is also contemplating on producing Bhojpuri movies. "If not acting then maybe I will be producing films over there," he said
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