New Delhi: Popular comedy actor Arshad Warsi says he is scouting for serious roles now.

The actor is gearing up to don the black kurta and gold chains for his character ‘Circuit’ once again for the third installment of the Munnabhai series. But he rues that his immense popularity as Circuit means that most of the producers want to bank on the image.

"I am tired of bad comedy. I am fed up of it because I have done too much of them. I need a break. I want to do something different and serious. Something that I did in
'Seher'," Arshad told a news agency.

The 42-year-old actor has also been a part of comedies like the 'Golmaal' series and 'Dhamaal'.

Munnabhai Chale Amerika

Even though he wants to do away with his comic tag, Arshad is
looking forward to 'Munnabhai Chale Amerika', which pairs up
Sanjay Dutt as the good-hearted goon Munna and Arshad as his
sidekick.

"'Munnabhai...' is likely to go on floors in September. I will start working on it soon. Honestly speaking I love the character of Circuit. But playing him once again is quite scary for me. People have huge expectations and it is a big challenge to live up to it," he said.

With 'Ishqiya' where Arshad pleased the critics and 'Golmaal 3' was a box office success.

Arshad is looking forward to his forthcoming movie 'F.A.L.T.U', directed by ace choreographer Remo d'Souza. He plays the character of Google, the one stop destination to
find solutions to all troubles.

He has actors Riteish Deshmukh and Jackky Bhagnani as co-stars in the film which is set to release on April 1.

Arshad is currently working on the sequel to 'Dhamaal', titled 'Double Dhamaal'. Some more projects are in the pipeline.

Agency inputs