Harshvardhan Kapoor: I’m very comfortable in my own world and it is not a good thing

Anil Kapoor’s loving son Harshvardhan Kapoor forayed into the film world with Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra’s project, Mirzya.

Recently, Sonam and Rhea Kapoor’s brother was witnessed as a vigilante in Vikramaditya Motwane directorial venture, Bhavesh Joshi Superhero.

In a recent chit-chat with media people, he stated, "Sonam is in her own world, and she’s done all kinds of films. But I also think it’s easier sometimes for a heroine to fit in a lot of films…for example, a Padman is not driven by her, right? So she doesn’t have to be there for a 100 days. Heroines can be more free. For me now, the whole film will hinge on my shoulders…So, I don’t really take advice from her."

"Rhea’s a producer. She has more marketing feedback as opposed to creative feedback with script and stuff. Our films (Bhavesh Joshi and Veere di Wedding) are releasing on the same day, so she’s too busy and she couldn’t help us,” the handsome hunk added up.

Harsh shared a special message on his personal Twitter handle to elucidate that he got misquoted.

Harsh wrote, "If you believe everything printed in the media and start accusing people immediately ... can’t help you ... I never said this ... it’s taken completely out of context and misinterpreted ok I’m done defending myself gonna go hang with my sisters now bye."

Bhavesh Joshi Superhero showcases the actor donning the role of a common man who undertakes socio-political matters head-on, said that in actual life he is contented in his individual world.

"I am someone who is very comfortable in my own world and I know it is not a good thing. I really do not take much interest in forming an opinion on anything political because I am not inclined to that," Harshvardhan said.

Having grown up in a family of superstars and filmmakers, Harshvardhan has witnessed triumph and disappointment of Bollywood from close quarters.

Harshvardhan said: "No, that is not true... I do get hurt. When my debut film did not work for most of the people, I was upset but do we really know how to control the fate of a film?

"All we can do is put on hard work. In a year, only 10 films get huge success at the box office out of so many films releasing in India. And what is the definition of success?

by Vijay Singh | Tue, Jun 05 - 04:00 PM

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