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.