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“I don’t take success to my head and failure to my heart”, Ranbir Kapoor

One of the most charming heroes of Bollywood,  a great actor and entertainer Ranbir Kapoor  has faced multiple failures and successes in his film career. His debut film Saawariya  was a flop at the box office; other flicks like Tamasha and Jagga Jasoos and Bombay Velvet also failed miserably. However, despite of these failures he is one of the much loved heroes of B Town.

Ranbir Kapoor in his talks with an Indian publication has discussed about  handling failure and success, “Success is easy. When you are successful, you don’t really feel it because people are only full of praise, but failure teaches you a lot. One may feel that like failure, success can also be handled, but failure is a way tougher opponent. It will slap you hard, and you won’t even realize it. ”  He further added, “I have no regrets. I feel failures have taught me more than my successes have. You ought to have a good support system, be it your family, partner or friends, people who can keep you grounded and comfort you, besides giving you the confidence that it’s just a bend, and not the end.”

Ranbir further shared his thoughts,”I still have had a lot of people who liked me and thought that I am a good actor. They gave me a lot of support. But to be honest, I was born into a film family so I was aware of such things even while growing up. That’s why I don’t take success to my head and failure to my heart.”

After the massive success of Sanju, Ranbir feels humbled, he said, “I don’t even give myself too much importance. I feel I am just an average actor and a below-average person, who just got great opportunities. Yes, I have good belief and confidence in myself that I can do something. And that’s why I am successful, because otherwise, I am not saving the world. I am just acting in movies so just can’t take it that seriously”.

Rameeza Nasim

Rameeza Nasim, a Paralian, passionate about poetry, drama and fiction. By giving drama critiques I feel like I am endorsing the writer's message to the audiences, I love my job. Being a critic responsibility lies on my shoulders to point out the flaws and shortcomings of the play be it on writer's , performers or director's end . I did my Masters in English Literature and Linguistics .

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