Anil Kapoor's son Harsh Varrdhan Kapoor, who starred in Vikramaditya Motwane's 'AK vs AK', on Sunday took to social media to clarify that the character he played in the recently release film was a 'fictionalised exaggerated version' of him and he's not actually like that.
Taking to Instagram, Harsh wrote, "Hi guys hope everyone’s having a great weekend and staying safe. I can’t tell you how grateful I am to all of you that have watched #akvsak over the last two days and written to me and enjoyed the film and my scenes I really didn’t expect it and it means a lot to me... really does. I also wanted to take this opportunity to get a few things across. The character I’m playing In the film is a fictionalised exaggerated version of me ! I’m not actually like that."
"Also #bhaveshjoshisuperhero is my favourite film out of the 3 I’ve so far been a part of ! Everyone that knows me knows I love it! Those lines that I improvised were just to have some fun and drag @motwayne into the mix and I thought it would be funny ! We both love the film ! A lot," he added.
Saying that he wanted to write the post for the 'Bhavesh Joshi Superhero' fans, Kapoor further wrote, "The character will do anything to massage @anuragkashyap10 ego and impress him so I felt like it’s something ‘He’ would say ! I would never say that ! For all the bhavesh fans dming me about it I just wanted to write this post for you’ll and clear this up! And like a fanboy of vikrams film I hope the character does return one day ! Both #akvsak and #bhaveshjoshisuperhero are one of a kind films and you can find them on Netflix!"
'AK vs AK', whichstarted streaming on Netflix from December 24, follows Anurag Kashyap, the brash film director who kidnaps popular movie star Anil Kapoor's daughter Sonam Kapoor Ahuja and films his search for her in real-time to present it as his next blockbuster.