Ranbir Kapoor has had a bit of a bad streak with regard to his films over the last year or so with 3 back to back flops – Besharam, Roy and Bombay Velvet. However the spate of flops have not managed to bring down the spirits of the young actor who believes that he is still offered the best of the projects available.
In a chat with film critic Rajeev Masand, Ranbir candidly admitted to not having a great year with regard to his films and that he had been depressed post the debacle that Bombay Velvet was. However he also revealed how people like Imtiaz Ali, who has directed Ranbir in ‘Rockstar’ and the upcoming ‘Tamasha’, have always been by his side to support him and make him realize that he needed to forget about his ‘flops’ and move on.
When asked whether he felt that his flops have affected him in any tangible way or that they have led to him having to make compromises with regard to the kind of projects he is being offered, Ranbir was quick to point out that he believes that he is still offered the best projects and that directors like Imtiaz Ali still want to work with him.
Ranbir will soon be seen in ‘Tamasha’ in which he co-stars alongside Deepika Padukone and which releases on 27th November 2015.