Model-turned-actor King Malkhan, who is making acting debut with "Kamasutra 3D", says he doesn't restrict himself "from going bold", but at the same time he doesn't want to look "vulgar" on the screen.
In Rupesh Paul directed "Kamasutra 3D", he will be seen romancing Sherlyn Chopra, who is also making her debut with the movie, and the film is said to have a lot of intimate scenes. There is no limit for boldness, says Malkhan.
"As an actor I don't restrict myself from going bold. I have the courage to face the cameras with boldness as long as it is shot aesthetically. My only concern is it should not look vulgar," Malkhan told IANS.
His family supported him in picking up the role.
"I personally feel you don't choose the film, it is the film that chooses you. My family members and my wife supported me a lot and asked me to be part of the film. I am glad, I am part of the film," he said.
Currently he is taking training in Kalaripayattu - a form of ethnic martial art of Kerala - to look convincing in his role.
Although Malkhan has been taking martial arts training for the "last five years", "I have just started training for Kalaripayattu. It's an essential part of the film and director wanted me to train myself in that."
The shooting of "Kamasutra 3D" will continue from mid-June.