‘Au­di­ence didn’t want to see me in my last three films’

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With three back-to­back flops be­hind him (Be­sharam; 2013, Bom­bay Vel­vet and Roy; 2015), ac­tor Ran­bir Kapoor has a lot of hope pinned on his up­com­ing films. One, along­side ex-flame Deepika Padukone and the next, Karan Jo­har’s pro­ject co-star­ring Aish­warya Rai Bachchan and Anushka Sharma. “In my last three films, the au­di­ence def­i­nitely did not want to see me,” says the ac­tor who was the show­stop­per for de­signer Man­ish Mal­ho­tra’s show at the on­go­ing Lakmé Fash­ion Week in Mum­bai.

Off-screen, it’s not just the ramp that Kapoor rocks, he is also a good soc­cer player. The ac­tor, who co-owns a football club, says that play­ing with trained play­ers was a dif­fer­ent ex­pe­ri­ence. “I al­ways be­lieved that I am a de­cent football player. But you get a re­al­ity check when you play with these guys,” he said.

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