Aditya Roy Kapur opens up on competition with his contemporaries

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He grew up in South Bombay and his choice of films has been ahead of its time in the initial phase of his career. Aditya Roy Kapur who has been part of films like ‘Guzaarish’, ‘Action Replayy’ believes in experimenting with all kinds of cinema and doesn’t look down upon anything.

Aditya who is now gearing up for Malang says, “I do believe in such films and those are the films I grew up watching. Films are Entertainment at the end of the day. We want to see people do things that we don’t do in our lives I don’t think films only need to be with a message it can be just fun and entrainment.

As an actor, you want to keep exploring yourself, you want to keep adapting. As an actor, your job is to able to adapt so I enjoy all of them. I don’t look down on any genre it is all tough,” he added.

Aditya claims h has been involved with Malang right from the beginning hence it is the most special film for him.
He says, “I am much more invested in this film because I am associated with it right from its writing process. I used to frequently travel to Goa when I was a teenager. Reminiscing that different world of Goa, which is so interesting and yet not shown on the celluloid.

Malang set in Goa also features Disha Paani and Anil Kapoor.

Further talking about the competition in the industry he says, “I look at the competition in a good way. I would be bored to see myself in all the films. When I see a great performance I feel inspired. I am constantly trying to learn. What has to come to you will come to you. I like to take life as it comes I don’t like to plan far ahead. I think that’s helping me in good and bad times.

Aditya who has been a fan of action films claims he has been a huge fan of Jackie Chan. “For me, I grew up watching action films of Jackie Chan. I have seen his filmography as a youth. I have never been given the opportunity. I was happy I got to explore this thing. Maybe watching all those action films in my youth days I thought it helped me,” concludes the ‘Aashiqui’ actor.

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