You will be surprised to know what Rishi Kapoor did to have Ranbir star in Rajkumar Hirani’s film
Though expressing their feelings openly is very difficult for them, but trust fathers to go to any length to see their child prosper and they will never let you down. Fathers are like coconut, tough outside but soft from inside. And we recently came to know that despite their not-so-cordial relationship, actor Ranbir Kapoor‘s dad Rishi Kapoor is just like everyone else’s father out there.
Time and again, Rishi Kapoor has used social media platforms to express his views uninhibitedly. The veteran actor doesn’t think twice before giving his piece of mind about things or issues that bugs him. He is so outspoken that when his son, Ranbir Kapoor‘s ‘Jagga Jasoos’ tanked at the box office, he publicly lashed out at the film’s director Anurag Basu, blaming him entirely for the film’s failure.
However Ranbir Kapoor in his recent interview with Mid-Day, clearly stated that though he not always agree with what his father has to say but whatever his father does is only out of concern for him. The actor even admitted that he his scared of his father so much that he never communicates with him directly and instead takes mom Neetu’s help to convey his messages to his father.
In the same interview, the ‘Sanju’ actor shared how much his father loves him. Recalling an old incident, the actor shared that when Rajkumar Hirani’s ‘Lage Raho Munnabhai’ released in 2006, and became a huge hit, Rishi Kapoor felt that even Ranbir should be working with a director like Hirani. So the veteran actor visited Hirani’s house and fell flat in his mother’s feet saying her that Hirani is a genius and he should work with his son Ranbir at some point.
Now, aren’t you guys surprised by what Rishi did here for Ranbir? This showcases how much Rishi loves his son.
Interestingly, Ranbir had a cameo in Hirani’s Aamir Khan starrer ‘PK‘ and later went on to star in his Sanjay Dutt‘s biopic ‘Sanju’. Both the films did great at the box office and in fact ‘Sanju’ went on to break several records at the box office.