People are starved for new kind of films, says Harshvardhan Kapoor
The actor's Bhavesh Joshi Superhero hits the screens this Friday, clashing with his sister Sonam Kapoor's Veere Di Wedding.
Actor Harshvardhan Kapoor, gearing up for the release of his forthcoming film Bhavesh Joshi Superhero, says people are starved for new kind of films.
Asked what kind of films he would like to feature in, the one-film-old actor says, "I think I am too new and I think this film will help me to reach out to more people. I am taking small steps, but the idea is to try and do new films. It's not always easy, but I think the audience is very intelligent and they want new films."
Harshvardhan will be seen doing death-defying bike stunts and hand-to-hand combat scenes in Bhavesh Joshi Superhero. "It was very tough, but also not really, because we loved the film and we believe in the film. It's a great privilege to get a chance to make new and innovative movies, so we have gone out there and done it. We hope the audience like it," the Mirzya actor adds.
Bhavesh Joshi Superhero revolves around a vigilante who fights against corruption. "I believe that no film really changes your life, but it definitely plants a seed in your head. I think films like Rang De Basanti and Pink have done it earlier, but what Vikram (Vikrmaditya Motwane) has managed to do is that he has managed to tell a very important story in a very entertaining way. Being part of this film, I have become more aware about things. I also think twice before I break the law, not in any big way but in the small ways which we feel guilty of doing on day-to-day basis. Hopefully the message will resonate with the audience as well," says Harshvardhan.
The film will be released this Friday, clashing with Harshvardhan's elder sister Sonam Kapoor's Veere Di Wedding.