"If it's an interesting cameo then why not? If it's a good role I don't mind taking it up. A small role like this is much better sometimes than being in every scene in a film. If it's written and presented well, I will take it up," said Arif.
The actor, who will also be seen in a small role in "Krrish 3", said: "My part in the film is brief but very interesting and is in the context of the film."
He has also started shooting for a Hindi film titled "Blue Mountain" by Bengali director and adman Sumanto Chattopadhyay.
Starting his acting career with theatre, the actor moved to television and films.
Arif has acted in numerous TV serials like "Chunauti", "Karambhoomi", "Mrityudand" and "Campus".
He is best known for his role as Emmi Begum in 1997 release "Darmiyaan: In Between", for which he received a National Film Award nomination.
His other important big screen projects include "Earth 1947", "Hazaaron Kwhaishein Aisi" and "Haunted".
Even though some of his work has been critically acclaimed, Arif has managed to maintain a low profile in the industry.
"It is a conscious decision to maintain a low profile. But the flip side is that you get limited offers. So I have tried to take up the best options, which have been offered to me. There have been some films that I did in the past, which didn't do well while some were good," he said.