After his successful portrayal of a lovelorn, ambitious musicican in 'Rockstar, Ranbir Kapoor is being touted as Bollywood's next superstar. But amidst all the high praise (including lots of accolades from Amitabh Bachchan), Ranbir hopes to stay grounded.
"It feels nice that people are putting so much faith in me. I hope this doesn't get to my head as I want to focus only on my work and my directors. For me, success is working everyday during my career and then flops won't affect me. For me, success would be when I get to be on the sets everyday of my life," the 29-year-old said.
While for most people Bollywood means money and glamour, Ranbir has his own reasons for being a part of the profession.
"I have faith in my talent. I don't think I am a good human being or good looking but I do know that I am a good actor. I work hard and I love my work. It's not that I run after money but I genuinely love this profession. I would love to dedicate my life to this profession and definitely become a superstar," Ranbir said.
Ranbir has two interesting projects, Anurag Basu's 'Barfee' and Ayan Mukerji's 'Ye Jawaani Hai Deewani', up ahead.
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