Actor Rishi Kapoor On Getting His Due Late In His Career: I Never Gave Critics And Audiences Any Reason To Like Me

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Actor Rishi Kapoor On Getting His Due Late In His Career: I Never Gave Critics And Audiences Any Reason To Like Me

 

Actor Rishi Kapoor On Getting His Due Late In His Career: I Never Gave Critics And Audiences Any Reason To Like Me
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When I meet him for his upcoming movie 102 Not Out, the initial five minutes are spending explains rules of the project.

The doing and don’t doing. One message is loud and clear is the actor’s aversion to giving interviews least knowing that he happens to be an interviewer’s delight.

I hate giving interviews. How much will one actor keep giving the same answer?

After the third interview, I get aggressive and then angry, and finally, I want to hit the bloody person.

It is all stupid, and these days, I run out of patience on giving interviews,” says the impatient actor.

He is emphasising on the fact that he is the worst person to interview and is devoiding of any patience or charm.

Lest anyone asks, he announces at the beginning that the beard he has grown is mean for an upcoming movie that he has just signed.

After that, he is interrupting to announce that that tea has well made. After the first sip of drink has savoured, he gives the go-ahead to fire the salvos.

So the age just a number to him. The fangs come out enquiring why a personal question is asking, but when he is reminding that he playing a 75-year-old in the film, the actor is calmed down.

Please to tell you that 65 runs 66, and I have no qualms about it.

I don’t think I have a better period in my life ever, and I am enjoying every bit of it.

You say that the age is just a number; then you should see actor Amitabh Bachchan is told the same thing to his son in the film.

After laurels coming actor’s way the films such as Do Dooni Chaar, Agneepath and Kapoor Sons. It is evident that the actor has now tasted blood.

I have no interest in portraying the roles of hero/heroine’s father as I am too expensive for such positions.

I only want to do characters irrespective of the length of the part. I don’t need anyone to touch my shoulders, but the guys never realise the fact that I make all my characters look different and there is no Rishi Kapoor in it.

In those days, even if there were different movies by Gulzar or Hrishikesh Mukherji, they used to opt for other actors and never gave me a chance.

Its only because of Mr Bachchan that actors of my age are getting work as, by 45, you are supposed to retire.

The film is also reuniting him with actor Bachchan after 27 years.

So out of the six films, both have done together, which was the one he enjoying the most. Amar Akbar Anthony films in the Miles.

It is more like a Charlie Chaplin film which is enjoyed by people of all ages.

I get nostalgic seeing that film. It is illogical, but it is a terrific and an evergreen film appreciating through all age groups.

Actor Rishi Kapoor On Getting His Due Late In His Career: I Never Gave Critics And Audiences Any Reason To Like Me

Talking in the same, did he ever realising while shooting for the movie Ajooba that it was going nowhere.

Films like Amar Akbar Anthony is going nowhere, but the film has lots of entertainment. We are here to entertaining and not to educating.

They are making an art film, then show it on the Television for free because no one is going to come and see the movie in theatres anyway.

In such cases, they should levy education tax and not entertainment tax.

Ask him there was any stage in his career when he felt unappreciated, and the response is meeting with a ‘good question’.

It is entirely my fault because I never gave the critics and audiences any reason to like me.

I was only busy romancing heroines and signing songs wearing sweaters in Kashmir, Ooty and Switzerland.

I never get characters to play in my films contemporaries have all kind of roles to play.

I am not complaining here. I am happy to say that I surviving nonstop for almost 25 years doing such kind of roles and not actor Dev Anand can manage the feat, clarifies the actor.

But he sure does a film in the year the 90s the giving audiences an idea that he was making an effort to breaking out of his mould. I did not try to change any course through Khoj.

The film does not work because the distributors are forcing us to change the end. Naseer, Danny and I fight so much to retain the original climax, but the director reasoning is no one comes to theatres, and it finds that Rishi Kapoor is doing the negative role.

I don’t want to use the words, but agents of movies are like pimps, they bloody change the whole movie.

Before the interview ends, surely there is just enough time to ask the evergreen actor if he liked Ranbir in the teaser of the movie Sanju.

The stuff is good. I have seen that boy working day and night just to look different and how much he worked for the role. He starved himself, grew his hair and did other things.

I concerning that the role does not become caricaturish. But Raju Hirani then not to worry.

He was treading on a sharp object, and the teaser could have gone either way.

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