Vastavam web: Actor Ranbir Kapoor said over the years he has realised that he can’t be too attached to the success or the failure of his films, especially after his debut project bombed at the box office.Ranbir made his debut with the 2007 Sanjay Leela Bhansali directorial “Saawariya” which tanked at the box office.”My first film ‘Saawariya’ was such a huge disaster. So, I was prepared for it (the ups and s much,” Ranbir told reporters.
The actor, who has worked in several critically acclaimed and blockbuster films like “Rocket Singh Salesman of the Year”, “Barfi”, and “Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani”, said when one makes his or her debut, there are several people ready to offer advice.The 34-year-old actor said the film industry is a place where the decision making has to come from the concerned individual and not from anyone else.”I don’t like to give any advice. If he comes to me to ask whether he should do a film which has been offered to him, I can’t say ‘do it, it’ll be good for your career.’ If the film doesn’t work later, it’ll be wrong. We are in such an industry where it has to be your decision, your gut feeling.” Yash Raj Films will launch Aadar, grandson of late actor-filmmaker Raj Kapoor in a film where he will star opposite another debutant, Anya Singh.