Veteran actor Rishi Kapoor made his debut in the film 'Mera Naam Joker' in the year 1970 and now his film 'The Body' is coming soon. His journey in Bollywood from child artist to senior artist has been very impressive. He believes that in this long journey of career, he remained relevant with time, because as an actor he developed mental, not physical.
Any advice for newcomer actors? In response, Rishi Kapoor said, "Today's newcomer actors are more interested in building their bodies and grooming themselves.
They focus more on making muscles, not on emotional exercises, which are important for an artist. When you are preparing for acting, not only your body but also your mind, because if you have acting skills, then you will definitely become an actor and if you do not have it then you will be removed. Look at me, is my body? But I am still working today, because in every film I try to highlight the characters. "
Continuing his point, he said, "Well, I am old and maybe the youth will not be inspired by me, but look at Ayushmann (Khurana), Rajkumar Rao, Ranveer Singh, Vicky (Kaushal) and I am not taking his name I am because he is my son, but Ranbir is also a talented actor, none of them have 'dole-sholay' because living by dole will not become an artist. Just blowing money in the gym. (Amitabh) Look at Bachchan Saab, he does not have any issues, but even today he is the original angry young man of Hindi cinema. "