New Delhi, June 27 (IANS) Actor Anil Kapoor, who has three children, believes that fatherhood is an evolving process.
Asked what’s the biggest lesson he has taught his three children – actress Sonam Kapoor, producer Rhea Kapoor and Harshvardhan Kapoor – Anil told IANS: “Fatherhood does not stop at teaching one lesson or learning one lesson. It’s a continuously evolving process.”
He also believes that “the entire film industry is like a family to me where I have got support from many and given to many. We will continue to do so”.
The actor, who was seen as a grey-haired dad in his latest film “Dil Dhadakne Do”, which explored the relationship between a brother and sister and also focussed on gender equality, had unveiled the new impact numbers for P&G Shiksha wherein till date, P&G Shiksha has built and supported more than 450 schools.
“India is at a stage where all the issues are surfacing in its true form, and heading towards solving of the large issues that have been prevalent for a while. The issues can’t be solved by individuals, but by people of the country and endeavours such as Shiksha. I am willing to lend my support for every cause for the betterment of India,” he said.
Would he like to play a teacher onscreen any time soon or be a part of a film with a strong social message?
“Absolutely… would love to. Infact, it’s a great thought and I will bounce it off my producer-daughter Rhea,” said the “Mr. India” star, whose constant endeavour is to give his audiences “something new every time”.