Eijaz Khan says television is an "extended reality" and there will be plenty of opportunities for him on the small screen, but he is keen to explore other mediums across the globe.
"Television is an extended reality. Whatever we do on TV, it happens in real life too. So if I can convince myself, I can convince the audience. You can bring so many new things. There will never be a dearth of characters for me," he told IANS.
The same character can be played in different ways, he feels.
Actor and Bollywood's 'disco dancer' Mithun Chakraborty will return to his role as the 'grand master' on the forthcoming edition of reality show "Dance India Dance" - "DID Super Moms". He is happy to be back on board, and excited about judging "mummy participants".
"'Dance India Dance' is family to me. I actually miss the madness whenever the season is not on air. The auditions have seen some very good dancers and has validated our belief that a platform was required to salute mothers who loved to dance," Mithun said in a statement.
Actor Anil Kapoor is impressed with his former co-star Madhuri Dixit and the promos of dance reality show "Jhalak Dikhla Jaa 6".
"These days she is all over the place with her 'cha-cha-cha' promo of 'Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa'. The promo looks excellent," said the 54-year-old actor here in an interview.
"I am eagerly waiting to watch the show," he added.
Madhuri will co-judge the show with filmmaker Karan Johar and choreographer Remo D'Souza.
A day ahead of the National Film Awards, filmmakers, including Onir, Anusha Rizvi, Ashvin Kumar and Aamir Bashir protested here Thursday as part of Save Indie Campaign, demanding "more screens" and "space" for independent movies.
Save Indie Campaign is primarily an online petition, backed by as many as 62 filmmakers.
National-award winning filmmaker Onir, who fronts the campaign, said independent films, which win prestigious awards nationally as well as internationally, often end up struggling to find space and audience here.
A host of popular television actors like Karan Wahi, Gaurav Chopra, Manish Paul, Manav Gohil, and Aamir Ali, are set to play Gold Charity Cricket Match here Friday.
Bollywood actor Vikas Kalantri, who is member of the organising team, said that the match was for the benefit of the actors in the industry.