Ok Jaanu star Aditya Roy Kapur Talks about his career he said: There is nothing like work to take your mind off setbacks. Now, I am timid and excited as ‘OK Jaanu’ will release in next week. But yes, it is a delicate way to start a year. Aditya said that fame affected me in a right way. Actually, I never want to be an actor; I grew up like any other child. I did not belong to the film industry, nor did I think about to be a Hero. I have worked my way up doing supporting roles. I took up London Dreams as its shooting was done abroad. Watching rock concerts live is my love, but it is impossible to live the same way after becoming an actor. On the whole, it has been a journey of self-discovery.
Aditya Roy Kapur Views About His Last Year Performance
My last year was full of good as well as bad experiences. When ‘Fitoor’ did not perform well, it hurt me a lot. This result of the movie hurts me when it does not perform enough, expectations build up when you put heart and soul into it. Fortunately, I started shooting for ‘OK Jaanu’ within a month, and that helped me to get rid. I don’t believe in enjoying New Year celebrations, but I have to buy a house soon and want to pay more time to my family. I have strong willpower, and when I pick to do something, I do it. I don’t need a special day to make decisions.
Sometimes, you go for supper with a friend and things get flowed out of proportion that’s ludicrous. It is like you can’t go to a friend’s house without being connected to her (Katrina). I don’t want to overthink and stop communicating with people because of this. After a while, you stop worrying about the repercussions and let people make their appropriations. You go used to it; else, you won’t be capable of having a conversation with anyone.
Aditya Roy Kapur About His Physique and Health
I like to work out and eat healthful because cinema is a visible medium and I cannot show on the set with a paunch. You have got to look appealing unless your character requires you to be otherwise. However, I also know that it is not just about having a chiselled body. Cinema is getting more character-driven, so every character does not need six-pack abs. For instance, ‘Ok Jaanu’ didn’t need me to sport six-pack abs or get rid of my chest hair, as I play an average guy in the film. ‘Aashiqui 2’ was intense, and Shraddha and I were excited to do ‘Ok Jaanu’ together as it allows us to show another side of ours to the audience. It’s an opportunity to get our off-screen camaraderie and humour on screen.