Kunaal Roy Kapur wants to be ‘mean’

Mumbai, Sep 20 (IANS) “Delhi Belly” actor Kunaal Roy Kapur, who feels that “being an actor is more fun than being a star”, is keen to explore negative and “mean” characters in movies.

“I want to experiment with the darker side of my character in the movies. I would like to essay mean characters,” Kunaal said at the ‘mahurat’ of the film “3 Dev”, where he was present with Kay Kay Menon, Karan Singh Grover and Ravi Dubey.

Kunaal, who is the brother of actor Aditya Roy Kapoor and brother of Siddharth Roy Kapur, believes he may look like a soft-hearted person, but “sometimes actors should be cast opposite of how they look like”.

“I don’t look like a cruel person. But every person has a darker side of their personality, and I would like to show that in the movies,” he said.

Kunaal, who was last seen in “Action Jackson”, also feels that age is not a bar for a talented person.

“There are many actors who are late bloomers, like Anupam Kher. I am young and I think there is enough scope to explore my acting ability. It’s not like that when I will be 40, I will not be talented anymore,” he said.

His focus, as of now, is doing good roles.

“There are lots of opportunities, but I want to be a good actor. That’s the main thing… there is an excitement of being on sets doing work with good actors. Being an actor is so much more fun than being a star,” Kunaal said.

“3 Dev” is produced by Rajesh Raina and directed by Ankoosh Bhatt.

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