Mumbai: Tusshar Kapoor is exuberant as Oscar-nominated filmmaker Roland Joffe has auditioned him and we may soon see the Bollywood actor in a Hollywood project.

Roland Joffe loved the Hindi film 'Shor in the City' and Tusshar Kapoor's role in it. He has directed films like 'The Killing Fields' and 'The Mission'. Already Joffe has casted Bipasha Basu in 'Singularity'.
 
“I did meet Roland. We did discuss about a role in his next film and I even auditioned for it, but I don't know if it will work out or not. Nothing is concrete at the moment” Tusshar said.

“But it was a big feather in my cap that he liked my performance in 'Shor In The City' and loved the film, and that's why he called me to meet him” he added.

After his last release 'Shor in the city' that garnered immense critical acclaim, the 34-year-old actor is looking forward to 'Love U...Mr Kalakaar!’, a Rajshree Productions film slated to hit screens on May 13.

Directed by S. Manasvi, the film stars Amrita Rao opposite Tusshar, who is playing the role of a cartoonist named Sahil. The film is a love story between a creative guy and a management trainee.

The actor, who reveals that he can't even sketch to save his life, used his imagination to portray the character in the film.

This is going to be Tusshar's solo-hero release after a long time. Of late, he has been working in multi-starrers like 'Golmaal', 'Shootout At Lokhandwala', 'Dhol' and 'Life Partner'.

(Agencies)