Arjun Kapoor, who turned 32 on Monday, says his family is aware that he is not in a frame of mind to get married at the moment.Asked if there is any pressure on him to get married, Arjun said, “I think my family is pretty aware that I am not in that frame of mind at all. They are pretty chill that way. Actually, nobody has brought up the topic yet.”
Finding work-life balance
Arjun says this year he wants to work, but also wants to take out more time for himself. “I have not thought about it specifically, but I will definitely keep working and take out more time for myself. I want to balance my life… My last year has gone into filming because I shot ‘Half Girlfriend’ and ‘Mubarakan’ back to back,” he said.
He is hoping to find balance in his personal and professional life. “I am hoping to do lot more work also but find a better balance between my work and personal life. I do want to take a holiday with my friends this year so that’s something high on my agenda,” he added.
Arjun Kapoorcalled himself an “underrated talent” at his pre-birthday celebration.Arjun was present at Lightbox preview theatre here for the launch of his song “Hawa Hawa” from his upcoming movie “Mubarakan” as well as a pre-birthday celebration on Sunday.
The actor wore a T-shirt with a caption “Underrated Talent”.On being asked about it, Arjun said: “I am a producer’s son. I belong to the industry. When a film goes on floor, one person gains and another loses. I have been lucky to get a lot of success. I don’t underplay myself, but I don’t like showing off. Maybe that’s why I am underrated.”
Getting into direction
The “Tevar” star also said he plans to enter into direction in the future.”I would love to do direction but I don’t know when I will be doing so. I have not made any such exact plans,” said Arjun.
“Mubarakan” director Anees Bazmee added: “He should do acting for some years so that we directors can get work.”
“Mubarakan” also stars Anil Kapoor, Ileana D’Cruz and Athiya Shetty. The film will hit the theatres on July 23.