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You have to accept what is, take it on your chin, and move on. After failing his twelfth grade examinations, he quit his studies. A Tribute to Loveand worked as an associate producer on two of his father's productions— No Entry and Wanted Taran Adarsh of the entertainment portal Bollywood Hungama wrote of his performance: He has a peerless body language and a 'I-don't-give-a-damn' kind of an approach in the movie.
He comes across as fiery and rustic and at the same time self-assured and assertive in this reckless and intrepid character". InKapoor's first two releases were highly successful.
The film tells the fictional story of two coal bandits played by Kapoor and Singh who rise up to become the most powerful goons of Calcutta in the s. Writing for India TodayRohit Khilnani attributed the success of the film to the chemistry between Kapoor and Singh.
The film was an adaptation of Chetan Bhagat 's novel of the same nameand narrated the story of two IIM Ahmedabad students who encounter trouble in convincing their parents to approve of their relationship.
Have things changed since we last met? A year ago before the release of Chennai Express I am making Singham Returns and then I'll move on, I'll make another film. Nothing has changed, such a big hit? You and the people around you?
People changed more than me. They start taking you more seriously. But you have already had big hits before Yeah, but I have seen people changing around me.
What will I change now. It's been so many years But people are saying that you have changed. People have to say something or the other, and they can't say good things.
CE held the record of one of the biggest hits of Hindi movies for some time. I wasn't expecting it. But records will be made, and they will be broken, the way the business is growing.
So I don't see it like a big achievement. It's not like, I live with that thought constantly that 'okay I made the biggest block buster last year. How can you remain so unaffected in the industry everything is about collections.
Because nothing is permanent.
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I have seen ups and downs, I have seen my dad working. I have seen the way the industry functions. I know why this person is sweet to me. I know why everybody wants to work with me. I can't let that go to head and think that all are my friends now and I have arrived and now things are not going to change. Two flops and I know that nobody is going to bear with me. How is it that you managed to have hundred percent hit track record?
It's just that I don't leave my connect with the audience. Maybe the niche audience or for the richer people think that I have changed but not my peons or my office boys or where I go to the gym or people I meet or where I stay I keep a connect.
I talk to them. I listen when they talk to me when I am at the airport, mall or to a public place. I listen what they tell me what they liked or what they didn't like.
What is the reaction that you get from people that you meet? They come to me with a smile as if. I don't know like I am Johnny Lever. Even when some autowallah gives a cut to my car and if I look at him with anger, he will smile and say Rohit bhai and then even I melt down. So it's like they are happy to see me, and my films.
I am talking about the audience, I am not talking about the industry. You know the pulse of the audience. Is it also because you watch every film, keep yourself updated?
I watch every film. I try to go to a theatre and I have not been to a gone for the last three months because of Singham Returns but I see as many as I can I keep observing people, whether they are laughing or they are crying or they are reacting to a particular scene. So that's how I know what they want to see on the screen. All the films have been written by Sajid and Farhad.
They have turned directors with Entertainment, what happens now? They are writing my next film which will star Shah Rukh Khan. How much of the writing is you? It's a team work.
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I can't say that I have my inputs like 50 percent. I write the film and then they do the screenplay and dialogues.
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It's just a team which works well together. We give them a draft. Yunus and I write together, then they come with their draft and then we all join together. That's how we come out with the final draft of a script. Do you feel like a less of a misfit in the industry now? I am not one of those who goes out socialising, parties and bitching around, gossiping.
I am not into that. I love my office, I love my team, I love my house, I love my family when I am there, that's it. I don't care and don't know what the industry is doing.
I'm here, people are calling me, people want to work with me because I am successful. Tomorrow if it's not there it should not come as a shock to me. Is there a sense of aloofness, because it is constantly at the back of your mind that you feel people are only nice to you because of success?
I would say 80 to 90 per cent of industry functions that way. I don't understand why. We are such a big industry and we are so popular but we don't have unity. If a film flops, people will celebrate and they will start sending messages. If it is a hit, nobody tries to forward that to say, 'go and see that film.
We don't think about progress. We need to change that. Hopefully the new generation has come in and I think things will change gradually. Let's talk about Singham Returns. Tell me five things that are different from the original.
This is the first film I have shot in Mumbai. The action, I can't say new but I have tried to give different type of action because after Singham, I saw a lot of films with similar kind of action so I thought if I do it again or even upgrade that, it will look old. So I tried to bring in something new in action, the techniques, some equipment.
Bebo is there in the film. There is drama, I don't feel it's over the top this time. All my films have been over-the-top. This one I don't think is. It's more realistic, you mean? Not exactly realistic, it is commercial, there is drama but it's not over-the-top. One of the things that I felt when I saw the trailer, it looked a lot like Singham, was that intentional?
You see because what happens with mass audience is that when they come to see the film they will be prepared to see something similar to what they have seen.
Singham is the most highly viewed film on satellite for the last three years. When they come in the theatres, they will come prepared to see the drama, the action and if it's not there, they will get disappointed. I want to keep all the ingredients but in a new way. But even Ajay's introduction scene looks the same In the trailer we have kept the shot but it's not the introduction of him.
It's in the middle of the film. Although the film is based in Mumbai, you shot a portion in Goa, right? Yeah I shot in Goa.
There is a village portion which is shot in Goa. Is it because of the luck factor? You have shot all your films there. I don't know the luck factor but I love shooting there. Why is it set in Mumbai and not Punjab?
Because the character is Maharashtrian. Suddenly if he is in Punjab, it will look very odd. And secondly when we made Singham we met a lot of cops in Mumbai who used to tell us why not the Mumbai police, so this time it is dedicated to Mumbai Police. Did you say in your interview that you will not make another Singham and another Golmaal?
No, I never said that. But before the release if you would have asked me, I don't have a story for Singham 3, so I will say obviously I am not making at present but tomorrow, something strikes, then why not? You are the highest paid director today. Did you ever think that would be the case?
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I never thought that and I really don't know whether I am still the highest paid. But I don't think about that. I keep working and you know as they say that your work should speak for yourself.
I think that's what is happening andI thank God for that. Do you think you will ever be able to direct a film like that with somebody? No never in my life.
Maybe because I have been not trained that way, I have not tuned myself that way, so I will never be able to co-direct a film.