Ranbir Kapoor, whose last outing at the box-office, 'Jagga Jasoos' didn't fare well has been busy with the shoot of his upcoming Dutt biopic. While the actor has maintained a stoic silence over the fate of the film, Ranbir father, Rishi Kapoor in a recent interview slammed Anurag Basu over the film's failure.
Rishi Kapoor in an interview said, "Neetu and I saw the film on Thursday, only a day ahead of the release. Till Wednesday, Anurag Basu was still mixing the film. Can you imagine that? Pritam [composer] probably delivered the music only a week before. What can you say? Basu doesn't take an opinion from anybody. Today's filmmakers are doing this with everybody. They don't show their films before release to take opinions and treat it as though they're making a nuclear bomb. I totally agree with Ekta Kapoor when she threw him out from her film. He had problems with Rakesh Roshan while working on Kites(2010). He's such an irresponsible director that he doesn't complete the film. It was supposed to release three times in the past two years, but it kept getting delayed."
When asked to react on his father's comments at the trailer of Sanjay Dutt's 'Bhoomi', Ranbir said, "If you see my father is a very emotional man. I think whatever he is saying was to protect me in somewhere from where he was coming from. I don't necessarily agree with that he did that or what he said. We worked on Jagga Jasoos for 3 years and we all knew what we were doing and how it was being made. sometimes you succeed sometimes you fail. I don't look at it as a failure. I look at it as a learning. I think it has given me an experience with Basu. I cannot answer for somebody else but I don't necessarily agree with anybody else."