BOLLYWOOD actor Aditya Roy Kapur, who is awaiting the release of “Kalank” and is gearing up for two more films, says a break of two years in his career has been good for him to approach his craft better.
“In ‘Kalank’, I am playing a character which is quite strong, quiet, a little complex, yet interesting. That drew me towards the character when I heard the narration from director Abhishek Verman.
“It required me to do something. I am the happiest when I am at a film set, so after two years when we started shooting, I was more than excited. That break in between was good for me because I had a fresh approach to my performance,” Aditya told IANS.
“As actors, when we keep working every day, after a point of time we just know all our emotional cards and how to play them. It becomes a little mechanical because we can combine only that much to bring variety.
“However, taking a break offered me new perspectives and perhaps that is why I am so excited now to work in films back-to-back,” added the actor, who rose to fame with “Aashiqui 2”.
Aditya’s acting talent and screen presence has always been appreciated, but that hasn’t necessarily translated at the box office with releases like “Daawat-e-Ishq”, “Fitoor” and “Ok Jaanu”.