The 37-year-old actor says he did not consciously decide to have an image makeover but is nervous about the reaction of the audience to his experiment in the Akshay Kumar-starrer.
     
"I am playing a policeman in the film. I did not do it on purpose. I didn't have a plan that I have to change my image and do a different role. It just happened. I am not worried, I am rather nervous. I have been playing a girl on national TV for a long time. So, first being accepted in a man's role is a worry for me," Grover said.

 "I am confident because when I first did Gutthi's role people told me that it was not going to work. But I did it with conviction and it became a success. I am hopeful about my next role as well," he said.
     
The action film, which also stars Shruti Haasan and Jaideep Ahlawat, has been directed by Telugu director Krish.
    
Grover, who was approached by co-producer Shabina Khan for the film, said he agreed to do the film as his character is well-sketched and has a major part in the story.
    
"Gabbar is Back" will hit theatres on May 1.
    
Grover's "Comedy Nights with Kapil" colleague Kapil Sharma is all set to make his Bollywood debut soon. When asked if he was open to doing a movie with him, Grover said, "Yes, sure why not? Till now nothing like that has been offered but in future if something good comes up then we will definitely do it."

 

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