Bollywood News – Anil Kapoor names the films he did for money; says, ‘I will not think twice about doing what it takes to take care of my family’

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Often in the film industry, actors do certain projects just for a quick buck either in their struggling days or if the offers have dried up or if they need some fast cash to fund another dream project or simply if they’ve fallen on hard times. It’d surprise you to know that a legendary star like Anil Kapoor, too, has done certain films just for the paycheck, and had no qualms naming them in a recent interview with The Times of India when asked about the same. In fact, he even suggested that he’d do it again in a heartbeat if his family were to again fall on hard time. Also Read – Ekkis: After Coolie No. 1, Varun Dhawan begins prepping to play an army office in Badlapur Director, Sriram Raghavan’s next film; will lose weight

Recalling the phase where he did certain movies solely for the cash and naming them, too, Anil Kapoor 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.” Also Read – Spotted: Kartik Aaryan rides a bike, Ananya Panday is a vision in white, Ranbir Kapoor and Alia Bhatt party together

Admitting that he’d do it all over again if faced with a similar situation, Anil Kapoor added, “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.” Also Read – Happy birthday, AR Rahman: Did you know The Mozart of Madras’ Oscar-winning track, Jai Ho, was earlier composed for THIS Salman Khan movie?

Earlier, while speaking to Hindustan Times about his storied acting career, the National Award winner highlighted, “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.”

Well, family always comes first, doesn’t it?

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