The actor opens up about his reputation with women, his struggle with weight issues and more. Read on!
He is five films old. In the next few days, he will have had his sixth release, which is also his first home production. Not too shabby, Arjun Kapoor. In an interview to leading style and fashion magazine, the actor talks about success and how it has changed him. Read on...
"Every time I feel I can take things for granted or become complacent, I remind myself that there are a million people who come to the city every day to be in this position, maybe more talented than me, maybe more hardworking than me, but I've got this opportunity and I'll be a fucking d**khead if I f**k it up. The idea is not to f**k it up. Longevity will come from the work I do. By not f**king up. If you don't give it 100 per cent you'll get destroyed… Ranbir is a good example. He's here to stay. Or you see a guy like Hrithik Roshan. They've put in 10 years, set up a foundation. ."
Food and friends
"Once a fat kid, always a fat kid. Today, when I was trying on clothes for the shoot, I was praying, 'I hope they fit'. The pressure's still there, it's there at the back of my mind, 'Hope I look good today, hope I haven't put on weight'.
I mean, you know, Priyanka, Anushka, all these guys eat, yaar. Priyanka is a guy when it comes to her appetite, but she works really hard at the gym. Anushka's a really beautiful woman, but I always wonder where the food goes. She's got this fantastic body despite being hungry, literally, every hour, and take Ranbir. He eats, but he's always been lean. If I put on two kilos, it shows. I never want to live my life in a way where I don't look forward to eating. It gives me genuine happiness."
love and sex
I get accused of being frivolous all the time, that I'm having this huge amount of sex… But I only started getting attention from girls three years ago, so what you experienced at 18 or 19, I've never had in my life. So when it comes to flirting, hanging out, all those healthy things you do at a certain age, I'm just getting to do them now.
Career comes first
I've done this for myself, to prove that I'm not some loser. I'm not going to end up jobless. I'm not going to live off my father's name or my mother's money. Nepotism can only get you your first opportunity, it can't confirm the audience will love you. Just because you're a Khan or a Kapoor or a Khanna does not not guarantee success. I'm still not that sorted. And I know that. This is one of the few professions that gives you tremendous fame and adulation one year and can destroy you the next."
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