"The audience baffles me even today. You never know what they really like or what will excite them. One has to just keep on working hard. For me all that is important is to work with good banners and I am doing right that," Dino says.
Dino is very excited about Heroes. "It is because this is the first time I worked with Mithun Chakraborty. It is the story of a father and son and Mithun Chakraborty plays my father in the film. [an error occurred while processing this directive]Mithun is still a rock star. He has so much experience in life today. It just made me do better. In fact, it is challenging to work with stars who are so experienced. I use the nuances when I get a chance to do. I had a great time shooting with him. He used to often entertain us with anecdotes from his life and experiences in the industry."
Elaborating more about Heroes, Dino adds, "It is about the life of people from different regiments of the army. The story is told through two boys who go on a mission. I play an Army officer in the film. I was completely floored by the script when Samir Karnik narrated it to me. I went on my bike to Ladakh and interacted with family of army officers. It felt good wearing the army uniform which reminded me of my younger days. I grew up in Bangalore MEG Officers colony. We often interacted with the army officers. I like the way they talk or even hold their glasses. They are always proud of their nation. I delivered as much as I could with my observations."
About Karzzzz, Dino reveals. "I am reprising the same role that Raj Kiran played in the original. It doesn't have much of screen time, must be probably just a 5-10 minutes role. I basically did this film as a favour."
Dino also has Sanjay Gupta's Acid Factory on floors. "Acid Factory is an action thriller. I have not signed too many films presently. But I am in talks with three good banners now. I am waiting for good opportunities. I don't want to throw my career away at this moment. Banners are my only concern now." Dino concludes.