Bollywood actor Ruslaan Mumtaz says he is open to working in TV shows, but hasn't signed anything yet.
"I have got offers for TV. Honestly, TV or films does not matter. The line between the two mediums has broken, and a lot of known actors from Bollywood are working on television. Plus, they come with really good monetary offers. So, if I get a good character to play, I'm surely open to TV," Ruslaan told IANS.
Recent reports indicated that Ruslaan has signed a fiction show, to be aired on a popular Hindi general entertainment channel.
Asked if this is true, the 29-year-old said: "I haven't locked anything yet".
For now, the actor, who made his Bollywood debut with 2007 film "MP3 - Mera Pehla Pehla Pyaar", is awaiting the release of his new film "I Don't Luv U", about MMS scandal, and how it affects the relationship of two youngsters. The movie is directed by Amit Kasaria.