Actor Kunal Kapoor says he always values quality of the work he does, more than the quantity of work.
True to his comments he did not have many films to his credit after his 2004 debut Meenaxi: A Tale of Three Cities.
Kapoor subsequently got signed by Yash Raj Films studio for a three-film contract. He appeared in films like Laaga Chunari Mein Daag, Aaja Nachle and Bachna Ae Haseeno. After this, he took a break for two years, and appeared in Rahul Dholakia’s Lamhaa starring Sanjay Dutt.
His Rang De Basanti was huge his and he was noticed for his intense portrayal of a character in the film.
Now he is getting ready to be seen in a period drama where he portrays the role of an anti-hero for the first time.
The actor in an interview has reportedly confessed that playing this kind of a role was very difficult for him, though it was rewarding as well. It was not just challenging physically, but mentally as well.
The upcoming period film will see him in a new avatar and Kunal is looking forward to it.
Kunal, who married Amitabh Bachchan’s niece Naina Bachchan last year, unlike his contemporaries isn’t doing two to three films a year.
He said, “I have been called choosy. But if being choosy means that I would have to wait to be a part of movies that I like, I don’t mind being choosy. I’m always going to value quality over quantity.”- CINEWS