‘Want to run far away on my birth­day’

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hile some enjoy the at­ten­tion on their birth­days, ac­tor

Tusshar Kapoor (right) says he is an ex­cep­tion.

The ac­tor, who turned 39 yes­ter­day, says that wishes make him con­scious. “I am not a big fan of my birth­day. In fact, I feel like run­ning away ever year. There are just too many mes­sages from peo­ple and I can­not deal with so much af­fec­tion,” he says, adding, “Ev­ery year, I have some friends over and plan a couple of din­ners with them and my fam­ily.”

How­ever, the ac­tor says he has no qualms about so­cial­is­ing oth­er­wise. “I love so­cial­is­ing on other days and of­ten meet my friends. I bal­ance it out. Some days I go for par­ties with a lot of peo­ple and other days I just hang out with my close friends. I think I have grown out of club­bing so that is not some­thing that I do. But I love go­ing out ev­ery day,” he says. In fact, he is also not an in­tro­vert when it comes to pro­mot­ing his movies or talk­ing to his fans. “When I go out as a celebrity, I am very com­fort­able. That is a part of my job and there is a spe­cific role for me, which I fit into. So that has never been an is­sue for me,” he says.

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