Aditya Roy Kapur: “Failure of a film doesn’t diminish my love for acting”

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Despite his last few films not having hit the box office mark, Aditya Roy Kapur is still a favourite with a lot if cinema goers.

The actor recently caught up with the media and expressed how the love for his job will always keep him going, whatever the outcome. “If a film does not do well there is a certain period when you do feel low. It affects you because you put in a lot of effort. Everybody in the team puts a lot of energy. But again films are a collective process. It is not one person’s victory or one person’s failure. It is important to keep that in consideration,” Times Now News reports the actor express.

He went on to add, “If a film does not do well there is a certain period when you do feel low. It affects you because you put in a lot of effort. Everybody in the team puts a lot of energy. But again films are a collective process. It is not one person’s victory or one person’s failure. It is important to keep that in consideration.””I believe one is not going to get anywhere by sitting and planning too much. The point is to keep doing and what will happen will happen,” he said.

Kapur is hoping to see better success with his Karan Johar production ‘Kalank’ (2019) which will see him share the screen with the likes of Varun Dhawan, Madhuri Dixit Nene, Alia Bhatt, Sonakshi Sinha and Sanjay Dutt.

Talking about his role in the period drama, the actor explained, “The setting of the film was very different from what I had done in the past. I was excited about it but also fearful as I was initially not sure about what I need to bring to the role in this kind of setting.””Trying to imagine yourself as someone who is born in a completely different era was challenging. Dev, as a character, made me feel I was in an uncharted territory which is nice for an actor. I felt nicely unsure on this film,” he added.

‘Kalank’ releases today, and if the trailers are anything to go by, Kapoor may be gaining a few more fans after this one.

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