Ranbir Kapoor, who is considered as one of the finest actor of Bollywood, went through a series of setbacks after his much hyped movies flunked at the box office. While everyone has been wondering what went wrong with Ranbir, director Anurag Kashyap has revealed the reason for his failure.
Anurag has confessed that it was him who is responsible for Ranbir Kapoor’s debacle in Bollywood.
The actor has worked with Kashyap in ‘Bombay Velvet’ and ‘Besharam’, which failed terribly at the Box office.
“I think we, as a team, have let him down in many ways. Ranbir is a fantastic artist, a brilliant human being and an actor who wanted to try out something different. He wanted to experiment which not many stars would want to do. And we failed him terribly. I feel completely responsible for this,” Anurag told an entertainment portal.
“Not just him, now when I hear studios shutting, I somewhere feel that I am definitely one of the reasons behind it. When the stories come up and there’s Bombay Velvet’s poster right at the top of the article, it does hurt,” he added.
Anurag further spoke about his equation with the ‘Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’ actor saying, the box office failure didn’t affect their chemistry with the Kapoor scion. In fact the two are looking forward to work together once again.
“We keep talking and when I read stories about us fighting, we laugh it off. He and I have a great working rapport. So why not? But it won't happen in the next two years. He has his plates full with Ae Dil Hai Mushkil, Jagga Jasoos, then Rajkumar Hirani's film and also Ayan Mukerji's superhero film. So he won't have the dates. Simultaneously, I am also planning on making a few announcements on my project front very soon. Maybe, in a month's time”, Anurag was quoted saying.
Anurag was last seen in Sonakshi Sinha’s ‘Akira’ in which he was seen as an antagonist.