Ranbir talks about the highs and lows in his career

Before Sanju’s success, Ranbir faced back-to-back setbacks. Being into the 11th year of his career, the actor recently admitted that “failures have taught him more.”

 
 
 
 
 
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On being asked about handling the lows and highs in his career, Ranbir answered, “Actually, [handling] success is easy. When you are successful, you don’t really feel it because people are only full of praise, but failure teaches you a lot. One may feel that like failure, success can also be handled, but failure is a way tougher opponent. It will slap you hard, and you won’t even realise it. It [the feeling of facing failures] doesn’t even happen immediately. It will come after a year or two, because you start realising slowly that you have gone through failure.”

Talking about the behavior of people during the rough times, Ranbir quipped, “I don’t think I faced that bad a time. I still have had a lot of people who liked me and thought that I am a good actor. They gave me a lot of support. But to be honest, I was born into a film family so I was aware of such things even while growing up. That’s why I don’t take success to my head and failure to my heart.”

 
 
 
 
 
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“It’s a very good thing. If people see potential in someone, it’s always great and encouraging but you also have to deliver. So, the constant struggle and constant endeavour is to make my films reach out to a large audience. The idea is to be a part of films, which make a large number of people happy but at the same time, I want to do it my way,” he added.

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