Aditya Roy Kapur: I hope Kalank creates an impression like Aashiqui 2


Hopefully, I can bring about more characters that make such impressions on the audience. “I think it is a great time in our industry where the audience is expecting different things from us. People have been writing songs and poems since the time we had brains.”
Since its teaser launch, Kalank has been compared to Sanjay Leela Bhansali films in terms of the visual experience. Those do not come around often. Aditya Roy Kapur will be seen romancing Sonakshi Sinha as well as Alia Bhatt in the pre-independence drama Kalank. 0
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“I think it is something to be flattered about. Produced by Karan Johar, Kalank will hit the screens on April 17. We are doing different stuff and as an actor, it is most exciting as we are getting variety of scripts. I don’t think anyone of us is sticking to anything that is safe. I hope Kalank does that,” Aditya told indianexpress.com. I feel privileged that I had a character that made such an impact on the audience. Talking about the film, Aditya said that even though the film has a backdrop of pre-independence era, it is relevant for the audience today. It is just that what I was being offered was not exciting,” the actor remarked. When Aditya was asked if he has an opinion on it, the actor said it is nothing but a huge compliment for Abhishek Varman as Kalank is his second directorial. In the last year, we have delivered (the expectations) as well. Abhishek is a huge fan of Sanjay Leela Bhansali but this film definitely has an identity of its own and you would realise it after you have watched the film,” the 33-year-old said. Advertising

“I think that film (Aashiqui 2) has made quite an impression on people. Advertising

“It is a story about love and love is eternal. I would never try and distance from that. And I don’t feel like I got many scripts similar to Aashiqui 2.