Actor Tusshar Kapoor says that this year for Holi, he wishes to remove all the stress that the censor board gave him during the release of his recent films.
"I wish I could remove all the stress from 2015, which the censor board gave me. I'm not saying whether it was right or wrong, but there was tremendous stress. And if I could remove it from my memory, it would be great for me," Tusshar said here.
Two of Tusshar's films, both sex comedies -- 'Mastizaade' and 'Kyaa Kool Hain Hum 3' -- had released in consecutive weeks in January this year, but all the hassles related to the censoring of the films had taken place last year.
The films were suggested numerous cuts and beeps by the board. Both the films were panned by the critics and had average collections at the box office.
One wonders if Tusshar would like to change the 'sex comedy' tag attached to him now?
To that, he said: "My image keeps changing every year... I don't think there's any fixed image of mine. People consider me a youth hero, a comic hero and a versatile actor... I hope so, and I hope that image is maintained throughout the year, every year till the end of my life... That's my wish."
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