Mumbai: Actor-singer Ali Zafar, who began his Bollywood journey with comedy film 'Tere Bin Laden', feels that actors don't get typecast in the Hindi film industry.
"I don't think actors get typecast in Bollywood. If you keep yourself open to various types of roles and genres, people will eventually get to see different sides to your performance," Ali told IANS.
Ali will now be seen in a romantic film 'Aman Ki Aasha' opposite Yami Gautam.
Ali Zafar feels that actors get to do various roles, genres in Bollywood and there is no scope to get stereotyped.
The actor is currently enjoying the success of David Dhawan's 'Chashme Buddoor', and he says he is busy touring the US with concerts.
"It is great to see the response of the crowd to 'Chashme Buddoor' songs at concerts," he added.
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