Actor Deepak Dobriyal, known for his character roles in films like "Omkara" and "Gulaal" among others, is playing the lead for the first time in forthcoming movie "Chor Chor Super Chor" and says that the only pressure he is experiencing is of promoting the movie.
"I only have the pressure of promoting the film because I have not done this much promotion for any of my films yet. So, that is the pressure and I will do it. It's a new experience for me," Deepak said Monday in an interview here.
"There was no pressure while acting. Every actor, who will come on the screen in this film, would grab your attention and entertain you," he added.
Directed by K. Rajesh "Chor Chor Super Chor", a satirical comedy that scans Delhi's grey underbelly, is set to release Aug 2.
The actor, however feels, a film's promotion is the need of the hour, especially for a small budget project.
"Promotion is the biggest need of time. The budget for making the film is almost equal to that for promotions, especially for a small film. I am talking 10 times more than the work I have done in the film. I have to give so many interview, which I have never done earlier," said Deepak.