EXCLUSIVE: Arjun Kapoor on why Bollywood actors don’t prefer two hero films, ‘people think too much about…’

Arjun Kapoor is an established name in Bollywood today. Arjun debuted in 2012 with a runaway hit Ishaqzaade, produced by Yash Raj Films, and with his hard work, determination and diligence has successfully carved a niche for himself. The actor was last seen in Mohit Suri’s Ek Villain Returns and has been hailed for his role in the film.

In an exclusive Pinkvilla interview with Himesh Mankad, when Arjun Kapoor was asked how he saw the concept of two hero movies, he said he was all in favor of the idea of ​​two hero movies and shared how in a handful of two hero movies he himself, with films like Gunday, Mubarakan, Bhoot Police, Panipat and most recently Ek Villain Returns. He could not accept the fact why actors avoided two hero films. He said: “I think people think too much about their positioning, how big or fleshy their role is, how big their face is on the poster, etc. I think we don’t stand behind ourselves and the people around us enough. don’t make us believe that working together is the future It’s always about being a little selfish The industry makes you believe where you stand but where the industry stands is also important We suffer because even though we stand for ourselves take care, we don’t come together, work together and make it a little bit better and cohesive. When you see a war or Tanhaji doing well, they have both faces against each other. And it even goes for heroines. The ensemble feeling is exciting.”

The actor appreciated Rohit Shetty because he knows the pulse of the audience like no other. Arjun said, ‘If he thinks this is the need of the hour, we should cooperate more. You can get better budgets, make big movies that are bigger than life and movies that make people come to the cinema.” The actor also spoke about how he is making his own way in the industry by being a part of a wide variety of films, such as an ensemble heist film Kuttey and a romantic thriller The Lady Killer.

On the work front, Arjun Kapoor was last seen in Mohit Suri’s Ek Villain Returns, which also starred John Abraham, Disha Patani and Tara Sutaria. He is preparing for the release of his next film The Lady Killer, starring Bhumi Pednekar, and is also working on Vishal Bharadwaj’s Kuttey, which is expected to be a dark heist comedy with an ensemble cast.

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