Arjun Kapoor believes in ‘friends are forever’ policy

Jun 29, 2012

New Delhi: The success of Arjun Kapoor's debut film Ishaqzaade may have turned him into a big name, but the young actor says it has not changed his relationship with his friends. Despite his busy schedules and odd working hours, he manages to spend time with them.

"I am a very anti-social person otherwise, but when it comes to my friends, I always take out time for them," Arjun told IANS.

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"My busy schedule has not changed my relationship with them. I am the same with them. And I believe there is no point working so hard that you can't spare time for you friends and dear ones."

Son of filmmaker Boney Kapoor and late Mona Kapoor, who died of cancer recently, the 27-year-old considers himself lucky to have a group of understanding pals.

Praising his friends, he said that he is lucky to have "amazing and understanding" friends.

"They understand that my profession comes with odd timings and long working hours. They are very supportive and understanding.

"Whenever I get time, we meet and do the usual things that friends generally do. We go and watch movies, spend time with each other and watch football together," he said.

Arjun is set to feature on TV show "Fearless", which goes on air on Bindass 7th July.

The show will motivate people to face their worst enemy, their deepest fears with the help of their best friends in a fun manner.

"I relate to the fact that your true friends are always there to help and support you. Most importantly, they don't mock you over your fears. The ones who do that are not your friends.

"I don't have any major fears as such but yes, the ones I had, I have overcame. I must say that my friends really helped me with that," he said.

IANS

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