Ranbir Kapoor also said he was against the remake of the song, Bachna Ae Haseeno.
At a time when leading actors are not shying away from being a part of remakes, Ranbir Kapoor has stood his ground to say no. The actor hasn't been in any of the remakes, but he has kept the audience entertained by creating new content. During a recent group media interaction, RK spoke about how he has always been against remakes since the beginning of his career.
The actor stated, "I think very early on in my career, I was very against remaking a film, even remaking a song. I remember that one song I did, Bachna Ae Haseeno, that I also had a little issue with, but I was also very new at that time, so I didn't have a say in it. I believe I am in a position where I can create original content. I always believe that if there is a film that has been made, it has been made to the best of its abilities, and it is very hard to kind of recreate it and do a better version of it."
When asked if he would be a part of any remake and which one it would be, Ranbir quipped, "If I had to choose a film if it were remade, I really like Anthony's part in Amar Akbar Anthony; I think that's very interesting. I really like my father's (Rishi Kapoor) work in a film called Zamaane Ko Dikhana Hai, a film that did not work. I also like Shree 420."
Luv Ranjan's film Tu Jhoothi Main Makkaar is currently ready for its release, and Ranbir is gearing up for it. The actor returns to the romantic comedy space with this film. He will be seen romancing Shraddha Kapoor for the first time. Tu Jhoothi Main Makkar is slated to hit the big screens on March 8, 2023.
The film is RK's first release of the year.