Ganesh, these days, doesn’t really have a lot of time to spare thanks to his film shoots. The ‘Golden Star’ has had a total makeover for the film Kushi Kushiyagi in which he plays a rich spoilt brat.
“This is the first time I am playing a role that has a good mix of romance and action. It’s a neat film that is sure to capture people’s attention. I hope the audience will accept the original movie which has a new theme and cast. We have roped in the best people from the film industry,” Ganesh notes.
He thinks the strength of Kushi Kushiyagi lies in its screenplay. “There is entertainment, love and action. It’s an out-and-out commercial movie. I am sure the people will be thoroughly entertained,” says Ganesh and adds, “For a change, there’s no rain, no love at first sight and no broken hearts. The role demands that I look and behave in a very different way,” says Ganesh.
Actors are expected to experiment with their looks and Ganesh doesn’t shy away from trying out something new every time he signs a project. In ‘Style King’, he plays a double role for the first time and has shed loads of weight to look his part.
“The subject deals with the underworld, so my looks have also changed accordingly. Subjects like this are not only thrilling but give immense satisfaction to any actor,” feels Ganesh.
The actor’s TV show ‘Super Minute’ is doing exceptionally well too and he says he doesn’t regret his decision to return to the small screen at all. “I began my career with the small screen and now returning to it is bringing back a flood of memories,” he notes.
Ganesh’s television show ‘Super Minute’ features not just actors but also politicians and cricketers in the first 32 episodes. The show will see Ganesh in conversation with stars and ordinary people. “Whenever I shoot in the countryside, especially near Uttara Kannada region, a lot of people from the nearby villages come and tell me how they enjoy my TV show and how glad they are to see me back on the small screen. People’s feedback matters a great deal,” he sums up.