Actor Arjun Kapoor has made a huge impact with his 2012 debut role in Ishaqzaade and impressed the audience with his performance in a couple of other films such as Aurangzeb and 2 States. However, his last few outings such as Mubarakan, Tevar, Finding Fanny and India’s Most Wanted were not considered up to match the box office expectations.
Despite this, the son of producer Boney Kapoor, Arjun Kapoor ensures that he does not let his super-hits and misses impact him. For Kapoor, life is all about highs and lows, and that’s not just in his career as an actor but also in his personal life.
He agrees that, professionally, he has dealt with many highs and lows and believes that it is all a part of every actors’ journey. Arjun thinks that the lows help you to be the better performer that you want to be. “If you are only going to see highs, you won’t be able to be the performer you want to be,” he states. For Arjun, his highs and lows have not only contributed to his career but also defined him as a person.
When the actor was questioned if he was content and satisfied with his show in the film industry, he approaches diplomatically by answering that being happy and content as a human being is difficult to put into words because it is a process that constantly evolves and being an actor, he is grateful for where he is today.
Arjun Kapoor completed a film during the lockdown and he is now gearing up for two other films which will be releasing on a digital platform. He feels that he is more excited than content since it feels like a fresh start for everyone, including him and he is willing to make the most of this time and opportunity.
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