Bollywood’s newest superstar Ranbir Kapoor’s last flick Besharam took a beating at the box-office but the actor is not deterred at all. Instead, he’s happy to get an opportunity to work with his parents, Rishi and Neetu Kapoor.
”I don’t regret doing Besharam. All films can’t be hit. My first film Saawariya was also a flop. There is no hit formula. I don’t know if there is a hit formula. Film didn’t do well because of me,” confessed Ranbir.
While the reports suggested that Kapoor junior has hiked his fees after the commercial success of Ayan Mukerji’s Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani, the actor rubbished the rumours by saying, ”Did you see my last film? I don’t think I will have an opportunity to hike my fees.”