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    Default Both commercial, serious films important for me: Emraan Hashmi

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    Emraan Hashmi, who has done films like "Murder", "Jannat", "The Dirty Picture" and "Shanghai", says success in both commercial and off-beat cinema is important for an actor.
    "Both commercial and serious films are important to me and, I think, as an actor I need both. After you get commercial success, you want to do a film like 'Shanghai'. I knew it will not be able to do so much business like 'Murder 2' or 'The Dirty Picture'. But it was an important film for me," Emraan told IANS in a group interview.
    "It was also a surprise element for viewers because they had never seen me in a character like that," he added.
    The 33-year-old, who made his acting debut with 2003 film "Footpath", never thought of taking up acting as a career.
    "After getting in the industry, I made mistakes and was learning in the first four years. Then I started enjoying it. 'Awarapan' and 'Jannat' worked for me in different ways. I have learnt a lot along the way," he said.
    Emraan's recent "Raaz 3" has not been received well by the critics.
    Also starring Bipasha Basu and Esha Gupta, the film is a sequel to 2009 film "Raaz - The Mystery Continues", which itself was a sequel to 2002 "Raaz".
    Talking about his close association with "Raaz" series, he said he was the assistant director (AD) for "Raaz", which featured actors Bipasha and Dino Morea.
    "I was on set as the AD, I used to see Bipasha and Dino acting but never thought that one day I would be in front of the camera. It's been a very surprising journey for me," he said.
    Talking about the kind of films made in Bollywood at present, Emraan says that with films like "Shanghai" and "Gangs of Wasseypur", the industry is entering into a more serious and realistic domain. With this development, the number of genres is also increasing.
    "When I started 10 years back, only romantic and comedy films used to work. Now, a parallel cinema has come, which is a dark and edgy. It has genres like thrillers, suspense, horror films," said Bollywood's serial kisser who believes the audiences want new and different cinema.
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