Kolkata, Feb 25 (IANS) Actor Parvin Dabas, who will be seen in “Jab Tum Kaho”, says Indians are “not that nice to each other” in their own country, whereas they stick together while abroad.
“We are not that nice to each other in our own country but the great thing is when we go abroad, we stick to each other. We do so much ‘India-Pakistan’ here and in Pakistan, but abroad Indians and Pakistanis are friends,” Dabas told media persons here when quizzed on his role in Karan Johar’s “My Name is Khan”.
Known for doing script-backed and character driven movies, the “Khosla Ka Ghosla” and “Ragini MMS2” actor believes in variety.
“I have done a lot of different kind of films. You should not just confine yourself to one particular genre, saying this is art. You have to perform in all kinds of films,” he said.
Debutant filmmaker Vikram Shankar’s “Jab Tum Kaho” explores blind dating.
Lead actress Ambalika Sarkar makes her debut, while another actress Shirin Guha was seen in “Lootera”.