Anil Kapoor has opened about how he did certain films solely for money and does not regret his choices.
In an interview with Times Of India, when the actor was asked about signing movies just on the basis of money, he said, “I did. In fact, I can even name them, Andaz and Heer Ranjha. After Roop Ki Rani Choron Ka Raja, the family was in a crisis and each one of us did what we had to do for survival, out of a sense of responsibility. I have no qualms about admitting that. Roop Ki Rani Choron Ka Raja released in 1993 after a long delay. The film was a massive flop at the box office.”
“My family and I are fortunate that those times are behind us and our circumstances since then have not been as tough. But if our luck takes a turn and we ever face bad times again, I will not think twice about doing whatever it takes to take care of my family,” Kapoor said.
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Roop Ki Rani Choron Ka Raja was released in the year 1993 and was made on a budget of Rs 9 crores. The film massively flopped at the box office.
Earlier speaking to Hindustan Times about his career in Bollywood, he said, “If you want to make it in this business, you have to be ready to give it your all, to not let setbacks keep you down and to persist in the face of all odds. You need guts and grit to survive and level-headedness to thrive.”
Kapoor was last seen in Malang and AK vs AK and is currently filming jug Jugg Jeeyo which stars Kiara Advani, Varun Dhawan, Neetu Kapoor and is directed by Raj Mehta.