Emraan Hashmi Reveals Why He Moved On From His ‘Serial-Kisser’ Tag: Read Here!

Emraan Hashmi was formerly well-known for being a serial kisser. But as time went on, the actor attempted to shed that image and find a new identity. Proceed to read. Emraan Hashmi is currently enjoying the incredible success of Tiger 3, his most recent release. He plays the antagonist in the Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif film. The actor discussed how he came to be known as a “serial kisser” in a recent interview. He explained why, in the end, he separated from it as well. Find out what he said.

Emraan Hashmi on his serial kisser tag

During an interview with The Indian Express, Emraan Hashmi discussed his acting career and how he handled the label of “serial-kisser.” He stated, “Then lies an eternal trap for all actors where if you are playing a commercial lead, you will be trapped by a certain archetype of a character or a hero. And here it was this, whatever you call it (serial kisser), it was an absurd name. It was actually given to myself as a joke but stuck with people for some reason.”

According to the Tiger 3 actor, the name stuck with audiences and journalists, and he benefited from it because his films did well at the box office. Emraan did, however, add that he moved on after realising that the audience had rejected the tag. “At one point I felt that it had played its part and I was ready to move on before it was rejected badly. You can’t serve the same dish to people time and again. You have to do something different”, he added.

Emraan Hashmi’s work front

Emraan recently appeared in Tiger 3 as ISI agent Aatish Rehman, who is after Avinash ‘Tiger’ Singh Rathore. The movie and his performance have both gotten positive reviews. As it turns out, Tiger 3 has been a huge commercial success. Before this, Emraan was spotted in a self-portrait with Akshay Kumar that didn’t quite work out.

Emraan was known for his association with the Bhatt camp for the majority of his career, appearing in films such as Murder, Murder 2, Gangster, Aksar, Zeher, and Aashiq Banaya Aapne, among others. 

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