Karachi, Mar. 28 (ANI): Bollywood actor Arjun Kapoor, who will be soon seen in R. Balki’s ‘Ki and Ka,’ recently opened up about his wish to visit Pakistan.
In a recent interview, the 30-year-old actor said that he believes governments of both India and Pakistan are responsible for the lack of successful collaborations between the two countries, reports the Express Tribune.
“A film is not something that can be made over the phone or Skype. Creative people meet, spend time together and then come up with something. Sadly, Indians are not very easily accepted in Pakistan and that has a lot to do with the governments. They don’t create a congenial environment, just do business together. Films, however, don’t have any borders,” Arjun was quoted as saying.
Talking about her ancestral roots in Pakistan, the ‘2 States’ star said, “My grandfather is from Peshawar; he was born there. So we are the Kapoors who hail from that side of the world. My heritage is Pakistani and I have loads of Pakistani fans on social media who I would love to connect with. I would love to visit, but I’m waiting for something special, to give the audience a good time.”
‘Ki and Ka’ that also stars kareena Kapoor in lead role with hit the theatres on April 1. (ANI)