One of the many celebrities who have attended Saudi Arabia’s much-anticipated Red Sea International Film Festival is Bollywood star, Ranbir Kapoor.
Bollywood star Ranbir Kapoor enthusiasm for the film appears genuine and sincere. It is difficult not to wish Kapoor the greatest success, which he has achieved after several years of hard work, in the viral films from the festival. When Ranbir starts talking about movies, whether they are his own or not, you immediately notice that he is admirably passionate about them.
Saudi Arabia is putting in a lot of effort and making amazing arrangements for film production.
He first mentioned his experience working in Saudi Arabia. “I know Shah Rukh Khan was shooting here, and a lot of shooting is going to happen in Jeddah and Riyadh,” he said. Working with Pakistani artists During a conversation with media and fans at the GQ meet-and-greet, the Sanju actor talked about working with Pakistani artists and praised the Pakistani film industry for making projects that broke records.
One fan inquired as to whether Kapoor would collaborate with Pakistani actors and filmmakers.
Since 2016, Pakistani artists are prohibited from working in India. I absolutely would. Art has no boundaries. In point of fact, he stated, “I would like to express my gratitude to Pakistani cinema for the enormous success of [The Legend of] Maula Jatt.” The Legend of Maula Jatt, a star-studded period film that came out in October, recently became the highest-grossing Pakistani film of all time. Kapoor said he liked the voice of Bollywood and Pakistani singer Atif Aslam. He stated, “It’s like a hero’s singing when he sings.”
They adore movies, particularly those set in Asia. Therefore, receiving that love is always satisfying. During an In Conversation session, the Sanju actor talked about what many people thought was his career’s “failures.”
He described his 2022 effort Shamshera as “by far the hardest film I’ve worked on.”
The biggest mistake I made with Shamshera was growing a beard. It was a huge box office disaster. The actor was referring to the fake beard he wears throughout the movie. He went on to say, “When you stick on a beard, it’s like your face is melting,” to thunderous laughter from the crowd. Then, Bollywood star Ranbir Kapoor talked about his family drama Jagga Jasoos from 2017, which he called “another disaster.” I directed and produced the film. It was a labor of love. Anurag Basu directed the film. It was a sweet and heartwarming idea, but it failed, which really hurt,” he stated. That is the only negative film in my career.
Even though Indian cinemas have been open for almost a year with no Covid restrictions,
Shamshera is one of many big-budget, high-profile Bollywood films that struggled at the box office. The situation at the Indian box office has been pretty bad these past few years, Kapoor told the publication. I hope that with strong storytelling and renewed vigor, Indian cinema comes back. It seems like the entire culture of going to a theater for a community viewing of a movie is dying, and it only exists for big-budget films.
Kapoor on why South Indian movies seem to work He also talked about why South Indian movies like K.G.F., which is in Kannada, seem to work: The Telugu-language RRR and Chapter 2 have managed to win at the box office. S S Rajamouli’s RRR, which has grossed more than $140 million worldwide and is receiving early awards buzz, is a perfect example of Southern Indian filmmaking, he said of the recent South India cinema boom. “They’re doing really good storytelling.”
It doesn’t take itself very seriously. It has all the songs, dances, action, comedy, friendship, and other elements. As a result, it is a film that spans multiple genres. However, we have tried to make these kinds of films before, but they always fail.
The story of real Indian freedom fighters is the focus of RRR, which stars Jr. NTR, Ram Charan, Ajay Devgn, and Alia Bhatt, Bollywood star Ranbir Kapoor superstar wife. In addition, despite the fact that Bhatt has relocated to Hollywood, Kapoor stated that he does not anticipate moving to the United States anytime soon. I do experience a mental block regarding acting in English. Because it comes easily to me, I prefer to behave in my native tongue. However, never say never. However, Kapoor mentioned that moving behind the camera is his long-term career objective.
I’ve for a long time truly needed to direct and make a film.
He continued, “But I really haven’t mastered the courage to write a story.” I’ve always waited for a story to naturally come to me. However, the problem is that I am not a writer and am extremely reserved when it comes to discussing my thoughts with others. However, I am working on it, and it is included in my ten-year plan: to begin directing films and hopefully also acting in them. World News Entertainment