Ranbir Kapoor personally feels when he is showered with praises for his film’s success, than why blame anyone else for its failure. The actor, who has delivered two back to back flops this year, ‘Roy’ and ‘Bombay Velvet’, says he is ready for criticism if his film doesn’t do well.
“When a film is a hit, an actor gets lots of credit. Whenever my films perform well, I receive enormous love and appreciation. So, when my film fails, I owe the criticism,” Kapoor told Mid-Day.
“I should be criticized because I chose the project, and worked in it. The audience showed faith in me and came to see the movie, and when they don’t like it, the result should be for me,” he added.
Taking a gracious dig at his CPL Football team’s poor performance last season, Kapoor asserted, “It is necessary for an actor or a sportsman to graciously accept both loss and success. Humility and goodness are very important. They are an actor’s virtue.”