Arjun Kapoor is not new to the world of trolling, especially now that it has spread like wildfire for him. in the last episode of Coffee With Karan 7Arjun Kapoor talks about his early years in the film industry, receiving hateful comments on social media and becoming an everyday name for trolls. He told Karan Johar: “I don’t want to listen to trolls. I want to continue to receive the respect of my audience. I want to tell you that I am here for you. So, I put myself out there, there was a way to tell them, listen, I’m working towards this.”
Arjun talks about his body transformation and how it all happened as he is passionate about his work. “It’s amazing how you can give answers that are so diverse in the way that they go, whether they relate to my personal life. It was more about the fact that I really care about my job. I really do. I’m really passionate about cinema. I am really passionate about being in this profession. I take my job very seriously and somewhere when I made my debut, I met the audience that here is someone who wants to be an actor, who wants to be known. There was a physicality that I mentioned. I was unique in that sense. I made my debut as a gray shading actor. I did 2 states after that and then, thugs, I introduced myself in the best possible way and with all my producers and the way they showed me. I think I set a standard and the audience accepted me.”
He said that somehow, he was perceived as “lazy” and “lazy” by the audience. “I feel like I let the audience down, I left my movies that I couldn’t uphold the standards that I had just set. And somewhere, the audience started to show an attitude or feeling that I’m lazy, withdrawn, I don’t care. I am not upset or unable to present myself in the best light possible and I feel like this was also the time of transition when social media became more and more relevant,” said Arjun.
The 37-year-old actor said that trolling became more apparent in his life, especially when information about his personal life also appeared on the web. “It was done more and more because the movies didn’t do well and I went out with my personal life and saw myself a certain way. I think it’s a combination of all. The trolling has no end. Once it starts, it’s like wildfire, it spreads. Let go, as everyone calls it, even jokingly. Even you make fun of yourself. And then I realized that I am not that person. I care,” he said.
On the work front, Arjun Kapoor starred in the recently released film The return of the villain Ek With John Abraham, Tara Sutaria and Disha Patani.
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