Arjun Kapoor, son of Boney Kapoor, made his debut in Bollywood with Habib Faisal’s ‘Ishaqzaade’. Even though his performance has been appreciated by many there has also been criticism coming his way.
But the actor said that criticism was a part of every profession and even if his movie becomes a blockbuster hit there would always be criticism coming his way.
“Criticism is a part and parcel of every profession. It is like fair assessment of work and it implies that I need to work hard and improve,” said Arjun Kapoor to PTI.
“Even if I give a blockbuster, there will be criticism. If the hero is so bad then the film wouldn't have worked. Even when I do my 50th film there will be criticism. It is my duty to keep improving,” he added.
The actor said that he hasn’t zeroed in on his next project as of yet.
“Nothing's been finalized as yet about the two films. You'll have to wait and watch,” he said.
The actor is being compared to Ranbir Kapoor and Imran Khan, which he thinks is unfair.
“I know Ranbir since I was a kid and whether it is him, Imran or Shahid, they are doing wonderful in the position they are in. Now if I am being spoken about in the same breath as them then that's great. Still, one film would be a little unfair to get into a comparison mode. Right now I just want to enjoy Ishaqzaade's success than think about these matters,” he concluded.