Ranbir Kapoor‘s failure to attract the audience to watch his film in the last three years has made him appear humble in front of the cameras. Aside from playing football and having fun with his bestie (the-reason-why-Ranbir-and-Katrina-broke-up), Ranbir sat down for an interview to speak about a lot of things, including his career and his ex, Katrina Kaif. In a recent interview with Rajeev Masand, Ranbir talks about how he took things seriously when his films started flopping. His last hit film was in 2013 and it was then that Deepika Padukone started her way up the ladder. No, we aren’t indicating anything, Deepu ain’t no Kangana! You know, it’s the same routine actors go for when they want people to sympathise with them and go and see their films. If it worked, Abhishek Bachchan would be in a better position. But the truth is, people know that even though these actors are not doing well, it doesn’t mean that they are poor. They are still richer than the people they are begging to go see their films. As for Ranbir, a lot of people say that he will bounce back to being the star that he once was. We don’t know whether he will gain that kind of stardom before. Things were good for him once, but he messed it up himself with his bad choice of movies and the bad projection of his image among the media and the audience, especially his fans. We don’t know whether he has Katrina Kaif to blame for that or Deepika Padukone. We are sure his parents, Neetu and Rishi Kapoor, must be thinking that’s the explanation of his bad time in Bollywood. But no, Ranbir should take reponsibilities for taking the audience for granted and it seems he does just that in this interview. Read on below. Notice how his words sound as if he memorised it from somewhere.
Ranbir Kapoor Interview
Ranbir Kapoor on his time now in Bollywood
I am in that phase where I have to change, my films have to change, my pocket of expression has to change and the tricks in my magic bag have to change.
Ranbir on how his confidence has been affected
I will be lying if I say my confidence is not affected. When films don’t do well, actors feel insecure, worrisome. It makes actors feel- is the shine on my star fading? Do I have anything else to offer?