Mark Ruffalo would love to do Bollywood film with conditions applied

Sakal Times
Tuesday, 17 October 2017

The actor, who is most popular for his onscreen character — the Hulk — will be seen reprising the role of Bruce Banner/the Hulk in Taika Waititi’s directorial Thor: Ragnarok. The entire star cast is out promoting the film.

When asked in a recent interview about making a debut in Bollywood, Mark Ruffalo admitted that he would love to be a part of the Hindi film industry. However, he said that there would be a slight problem, that he cannot sing and dance but he can do performance-oriented roles in Bollywood.

The actor, who is most popular for his onscreen character — the Hulk — will be seen reprising the role of Bruce Banner/the Hulk in Taika Waititi’s directorial Thor: Ragnarok. The entire star cast is out promoting the film.

When asked in a recent interview about making a debut in Bollywood, Mark Ruffalo admitted that he would love to be a part of the Hindi film industry. However, he said that there would be a slight problem, that he cannot sing and dance but he can do performance-oriented roles in Bollywood.

When asked if the perception of Bollywood cinema being only about song and dance has changed, Mark said, “I saw a cool Bollywood film… A tough guy thing where there are rival gangs… ‘Scarface’ characters… more like a gangster character. I look forward to seeing what more Indian cinema can come up with.”

But would he like to be a part of one? “Why not? I can’t sing and dance very well, but I can do some of the straight roles,” he said.

When asked about what’s going to be exciting in the movie, he said, “Thor: Ragnarok will see the characters Thor and Hulk battling for the first time. Ruffalo says he has been waiting for this for the past six years. It was great to smash him (Thor). I have been waiting for six years to smash him… It was really fun. People always want to see Thor and Hulk fight and I’ve got to do it in this one.”

Marvel’s Thor: Ragnarok will hit theatres on November 3 in English, Hindi, Tamil and Telugu.

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