"People are tired now with so many promotions. The film should be good. There are so many films that are promoted on a large scale, but do not live up to the expectations," the 52-year-old said here.
"I feel less is always more. In acting and promotion, I think it has to be done in a correct manner and I am very happy the way it is being done (for 'Tezz')," he added.
An action thriller, "Tezz" will see Anil in the role of an anti-terrorist squad police officer.
Talking further about his role, he said: "I'm playing the role of a police officer with a heart. I am an officer who is in the anti-terrorist squad and he is in England working since 20-25 years, However, he wants to go to his birthplace in Punjab and wants to take his kids there."
"The department gives him a last case, which involves some Asians and Indians and a hijacked train, and asks him to solve it. So, that's his mission."
Anil was last seen in a cameo in Hollywood actor Tom Cruise's "Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol."
He is also working in "Shootout at Wadala" and "Race 2", in both of which he will be seen as a police officer once again.
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I totally agree wid ppl going beserk over promotions! It's quite annoying!!
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Edited on:16 April 2012 at 5:25am
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