Actor Omkar Kapoor, who has worked on the big screen as well as on the digital platform, says choosing between the two mediums is tough for him.
Omkar, who has earlier worked on the big screen as a child actor in films like "Masoom", "Hero No. 1", "Judwaa", "Judaai" and "Mela", was last seen on the big screen in "Pyaar Ka Punchnama 2" in 2015. He also worked in the "Kaushiki" web series.
Asked which medium he likes more, Omkar told IANS: "I think medium of entertainment could be different but my approach to my performance does not differ, its tough to choose between them.
Omkar has been away from the big screen for over two years now.
Asked if he is choosy about scripts or is it a conscious choice to take it slow, he said: "As a newcomer I guess all of us go through that phase where the films you want to do don't come your way and the films that come to you... You dont want to do them.
The idea is to strike a balance and I hope I do that by my body of work that I will create."
He currently has two films in his kitty director-writer Pradeep Sarkar's "Arranged Marriage" and Smeep Kang, "Jhoota Kahin Ka" starring Rishi Kapoor.
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