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Ranbir Gets Candid, Says Would Not Remake Any Of His Dad’s Films

In an old throwback interview with a leading digital entertainment portal, the ace Bollywood star Ranbir gets candid, says would not remake any of his dad's films.

Its been a year now since we lost late iconic Bollywood star Rishi Kapoor after succumbing to his prolonged battle against cancer back in April 2020 where he passed away in midst of COVID 19 pandemic leaving everyone at film industry in state of deep shock and now an interesting bit here is that in an earlier interview with late Kapoor And Sons (2016) fame late star Rishi Kapoor’s son, Ranbir gets candid, says would not remake any of his dad’s films.

In an old and throwback interview with a leading digital entertainment portal, Barfi (2012) fame Bollywood star Ranbir gets candid, says would not remake any of his dad’s films.

Its true that in one of his earlier and throwback interviews when asked about whether he would like to remake any of his dad’s films and also star in it, on this Ranbir gets candid, says would not remake any of his dad’s films.

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This question in particular had been asked by the fans via the digital entertainment portal’s social media account and the answer will surely surprise all his ardent fans across the globe and also in India as firmly saying No initially, Ranbir Kapoor then later on went ahead and picked a film and also gave a logical explanation for that.

He said that since his father is his favorite star he has thoroughly enjoyed watching all his films however he also mentioned that if he were to pick a film, then definitely Zamane Ko Dikhana Hai can be remade as it didn’t really fare well at the box office but his father had an excellent comic timing in the film and explaining same, Ranbir shared, “My Father is my favourite actor, and I really enjoyed all his work, but I don’t believe in remakes so I will not remake any of his films, I think I can’t better what he did”.

Furthermore, he also went on to add, “But if I had to pick up a film then probably will be Zamane Ko Dikhana Hai It didn’t do well at that time. It’s a Nasir Hussain film starred my father and Padmini Kolhapure I really enjoyed that film it had. I think my father did some great comedy in that”.

On the work front, Ranbir has an interesting lineup of films like Brahmastra, Shamshera and Animal.

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