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Never satisfied with my own performance : Ankush

Never satisfied with my own performance : Ankush

India Blooms News Service | 16 Feb 2016, 04:38 pm
Kolkata, Feb 16 (IBNS) Actor Ankush, whose Tollywood flick Ki Kore Toke Bolbo (KKTB) opposite Mimi Chakroborty has been getting houseful audiences in the run-up to the Valentine's Day, says he is never happy with his performance on-screen.


"From Kanamachhi till the last one I had always thought I could have given better expressions and delivered lines in a better way as I see myself on screen. It happens always and I think it is okay for an actor to grow. You should never be satisfied with your performance," Ankush tells IBNS at the closed-door screening of KKTB here on Friday evening.

To the comments that he was now brakceted with Jeet and Dev as mainstream heroes, Ankush blushes.

"I am not a superstar. They are all superstars. I am nowhere near them. They have given so many superhits. But again they have egged actors like us to dream big," he says.

 About his on-screen chemistry with Mimi, Ankush says, "We are not just as friends who met for the first time at the set of this film and gave shots. We had known each other for many days and are good friends. This helped in making our on-screen jodi rock."

He says with a reputed director like Ravi Kinagi at the saddle, KKTB has elements for both rural and urban audiences and handles a sincere mature subject.

Kinnagi says the film is a shift from his earlier action-romance flicks and has a frothy freshness. Ki Kore Toke Bolbo, produced by Shree Venkatesh Films, was released on Feb 12..

Never satisfied with my own performance : Ankush

India Blooms News Service
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