Shahid looks forward to Badmash Company
Unperturbed by box office duds post Kaminey, Bollywood actor Shahid Kapoor is looking forward to the release of Badmash Company and his father Pankaj Kapoor's directorial debut Mausam.india Updated: Apr 30, 2010 15:52 IST
Unperturbed by box office duds post
, Bollywood actor Shahid Kapoor is looking forward to the release of
and his father Pankaj Kapoor's directorial debut
"If an actor keeps thinking about flops, he may not be able to give positivity to his next project which could turn out to be a bigger hit," Shahid told PTI.
"If you have to survive, you can't look backward. The only option is to look forward and contribute to the next project rather than wasting time on what is already over and done with," he said.
The actor is not bothered by the fact that his subsequent films –
Dil Bole Haddipa
Chance Pe Dance
after the critically-acclaimed
, sank at the box office.
The 29-year-old, who won accolades for his double role in the Vishal Bharadwaj movie, says he does not believe in talking too much about his earlier hits.
"By looking back at a successful film, you are allowing it to go into your head," he said.
The audience is always right and if they reject a film, something has to be wrong with it. I prefer talking about it behind closed doors with my directors," he said.
"Presently, my focus is on
, and I would put it behind after its release on May 7 to concentrate on
, which goes on floors May-end," he said.
Shahid, who plays the lead in his father's movie, is paired opposite Sonam Kapoor.