Fatherhood doesn’t stop at teaching one lesson: Anil Kapoor

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”.

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