Three films old Ranbir Kapoor likes to describe himself as "selfish and ambitious" but the actor says that despite his 75 year-old Kapoor legacy in Bollywood, he feels like "a kid in Disney Land".
The 27-year-old actor says he has a long way to go for realising his dreams and he does not want to limit himself to acting alone. Like his grandfather, Raj Kapoor, the young star says he wants to try every aspect of filmmaking at some point in his life.
"I am very selfish and ambitious. What I have today is not even 10 per cent of what I want to achieve. I am extremely passionate about films and every success that I meet is never enough for me because I have lot of dreams," Ranbir told PTI.
The actor, who debuted in Bollywood with Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Saawariya in 2007, says, "It may look like that I have done only three films but I have been in the industry since the day I was born. I waited 24 years to become an actor and I am really happy to be where I am today.
"It feels like I am a kid in a Disney Land. I get to play so many characters, I have my own trailer van, people ask for my autograph," says the actor.
Ranbir is happy with the success of his third film Wake Up Sid, but says he has already moved on to his next.
"It is really heartwarming to see the kind of appreciation the film and I as an actor got but I am now on to another film. I get the film out of my system the day it releases. For me, it is more about the journey than the destination. I love the whole film making process," he adds.