One of the most successful actors of recent times, Ranbir Kapoor has enjoyed both box office success and critical acclaim. However, the actor has recently gone through a low phase with three consecutive disappointments. Kapoor has gone on record to speak about the same.
Speaking to Mid Day, Kapoor said, “I did not expect ‘Bombay Velvet’ to be such a disaster, but then every film has a fate of its own. There is a lot of expectations from ‘Tamasha’. I cannot put parameters for failure and success, but right now I am almost back to square one ��� I had a string of hits and then three films back-to-back that didn’t work. But I am grateful that people still repose trust in me. I am not doing films for the intelligent audience, but for everyone. But failure does impact your confidence. When someone pricks you, you bleed. If people out there have given their love to you, then you have to be ready to face their brickbats too.”
The actor went on to add that he does not personally regret doing any of the films he has done, with the exception of ‘Roy’ (2015). Kapoor feels he should have spent more time working on his character in ‘Roy’ with the film’s director, Vikramjit Singh, who also happens to be a close friend.
Kapoor’s next, ‘Tamasha’, has been directed by Imtiaz Ali and is slated to release on 27th November.
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