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Ranbir Kapoor: No regrets for doing ‘Besharam’

Ranbir Kapoor said: "I don't regret doing the film. All films can't be hit."

Written by Press Trust Of India | Mumbai |
October 24, 2013 3:18:54 pm

Bollywood actor Ranbir Kapoor says he does not regret doing ‘Besharam’ because for him every film is a learning experience.

Released on October 2,’Besharam’ failed to garner much attention at the box office.

“I don’t regret doing the film. All films can’t be hit. My first film ‘Saawariya’ was also a flop. There is no hit formula. I don’t know if there is a hit formula. Rather I think I got the experience to work with my parents and Abhinav Kashyap (director),” Ranbir Kapoor said at an event.

“I have done mistakes and try and learn from it. I have seen success,failure both and wherever I am today professionally is because of my success and failure,” added Ranbir Kapoor.

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Ranbir Kapoor will be seen next as a boxer in Anurag Kashyap’s ‘Bombay Velvet’. “We have completed 40 per cent of the film and it will release next year in December,” said Ranbir.

The movie also features filmmaker Karan Johar. “I am happy to be working with him. He is a good actor and is passionate about his work. I was initially feeling how will I act in front of him,but now it is all ok,” he said.

His another film is Anurag Basu’s ‘Jagga Jasoos’. The shoot will begin from November 13.

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