Ran­bir has his heart in the right place, says Deepika

The ac­tor de­fends Ran­bir’s fail­ing ca­reer; says he should be given a fair chance

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Ac­tor Ran­bir Kapoor’s (above) for­mer lady love Deepika Padukone (above, right) is quick to de­fend the ac­tor on his box of­fice fail­ures, say­ing he al­ways de­liv­ers his best.

Ran­bir’s past few films, in­clud­ing Be­sharam, Roy and Bom­bay Vel­vet failed to en­ter­tain au­di­ence.

While Ran­bir ad­mits he has the de­sire to “prove” him­self “again”, Deepika says “there’s noth­ing to prove” when it comes to an ac­tor as tal­ented as him.

“Ev­ery in­di­vid­ual goes through ups and downs. The in­ten­tion is never to make a flop film ... I haven’t come across any­one more pas­sion­ate about films and act­ing. The in­ten­tion is al­ways in the right di­rec­tion, his heart is in the right place,” Deepika says.

She adds: “It’s just that some­time and some­where the ex­e­cu­tion goes wrong, some­times maybe the way the script is in­ter­preted by a di­rec­tor doesn’t work, or some­times the story is not rel­e­vant at a cer­tain point. So, for var­i­ous rea­sons, a film may not click at one point. For that, you can’t ques­tion Ran­bir’s in­ten­tion or tal­ent. He should be given a fair chance ... ir­re­spec­tive of the suc­cess or fail­ure.”

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