IFFI 2018: Anil Kapoor: I cried and was depressed when I got rejected from the FTII, Pune


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Actor Anil Kapoor is in Goa with his daughter Rhea Kapoor for the panel discussion at the 49th International Film Festival(IFFI), that kickstarted on November 20. The session attended by the veteran actor was ‘Masterclass with Mr. India’ which was moderated by his daughter Rhea Kapoor.

The panel discussion was started by Rhea and Anil Kapoor spoke about his initials days in the film industry. The ‘Mr. India’ actor said that he always knew that he wanted to be an actor. “For me, it was fortunate that from the time I came into my senses I was very clear that I wanted to become an actor.”

Recalling an incident from his early days, Mr. Kapoor said that he always wanted to get into the Film and Television Institute of India(FTII), Pune, and when he wasn’t selected at the prestigious academy, he cried and was depressed.

He said, “I cried and was depressed when I got rejected from the Pune Institute after I failed an examination. And I was desperate to get into it.”

Stay tuned for more updates on this interesting session.

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