Actor Randeep Hooda opened up on his Hollywood ambition saying he wants to be part of great stories in the West, and stay away from typecast Indian roles.
Last year, Hooda made an action-packed entry in Hollywood as Saju in the Netflix film ‘Extraction’, starring Chris Hemsworth and David Harbour.
Asked how he wants to explore his career in the West, Hooda told IANS: “I want to explore it the same way I have explored it here.”
“I want to be a part of great stories, hopefully great series and get roles that are not typecast Indian roles only — like in ‘Extraction’ it wasn’t. I am looking to do more of that and I would like to do more action. I want to work more and more over there, there’s no doubt about that,” he added.
At the moment, the actor has lent his voice for ‘Ladakh Warriors: The Sons Of The Soil’ in Hindi. The show depicts the training that the ‘Snow Warriors’ go through, at one of the highest regimental centres in the world. “Ladakh Warriors: The Sons of the Soil” is streaming on discovery+ in India.
In Bollywood, he will be seen in the much-awaited film ‘Radhe’, starring Salman Khan, and ‘Unfair N Lovely’.