New Delhi: Actor Emraan Hashmi, who saw some great critical appreciation coming his way for his role in 'Shanghai', says he wants to continue making unconventional choices in Bollywood.
"Whenever I have played on a risky wicket, I have had success coming my way. I have realised that audience too expects the same from me. I would most probably fail if I take a conformist approach. At least my current standing dictates so," Hashmi told PTI.
The actor, back after a well-deserved break post 'Jannat 2' and 'Shanghai', is currently busy with the shooting of 'Ek Thi Daayan'. He will be back in theatres soon with Vikram Bhatt's horror 'Raaz 3' opposite Bipasha Basu.
Hashmi says he is content with the way things have shaped up for him and does not want to get involved in the rat race. "I can't get into the trapping of box office. I don't want that pressure on me. Also, number game does not interest me.
I want to experiment with different kind of cinema. May be a couple of them don't take a huge opening but then it would give me creative satisfaction at least." PTI