Ranbir Kapoor suffered the biggest setback of his career in 2015 when his film Bombay Velvet failed to impress audience and the critics alike.
While the blame game continued, no one could actually tell who or what went wrong.
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However, a year after the box office debacle director Anurag Kashyap has opened up about letting the Tamasha star down. “I think we, as a team, have let him down in many ways. Ranbir is a fantastic artist, a brilliant human being and an actor who wanted to try out something different.”
“He wanted to experiment which not many stars would want to do. And we failed him terribly. I feel completely responsible for this,” the 43-year-old filmmaker was quoted as saying by Pinkvilla.
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“Not just him, now when I hear studios shutting, I somewhere feel that I am definitely one of the reasons behind it. When the stories come up and there’s Bombay Velvet’s poster right at the top of the article, it does hurt,” he added.
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The director will next been seen in a villainy act in Sonakshi Sinha’s starrer Akira.
Courtesy : Express Tribune