Arjun Kapoor all for interesting roles written for women
As more and more films are produced with innovative storylines, one major battle that it’s beginning to conquer is that of women-centric films. Despite still having a long way to go, actor Arjun Kapoor is definitely one to support such entertainment, however he prefers to put the phrase in a slightly different way.
“They keep asking about women-oriented films. I like to put it this way that nice characters are written for actresses than saying that women oriented films are being made,” Mid-Day reported the actor stating.
He went onto add, “That is a new way of conversation but this (roles for women) has been there for many years. Women characters on-screen have become fantastic.”
“That is a new way of conversation but this (roles for women) has been there for many years. Women characters on-screen have become fantastic.” Kapoor went onto express.
The actor recently attended the book launch of author��Debashish Irengbam’s ‘Me, Mia, Multiple’. Having dream of going down a different film making path himself, Kapoor spoke about his own attempts to write, “I tried writing because I wanted to be a director but I wasn’t good at it. My mind ran faster than my hands could as I thought of too many things. I wanted to encompass everything into one. I realised that I am not good at it. I did not dwell on it again.”
He may not be getting behind the camera anytime soon, but it’s fair to say that being in-front of it is working out pretty well for him. Kapoor will next be seen in ‘The Vanishing Act’ written and directed bu Rupesh Paul, as well as R Balki’s untitled film.