Arjun Kapoor is busy promoting his upcoming film ‘Ek Villain Returns’. The film is releasing on Friday i.e. 29th July. Arjun will be seen with John Abraham, Disha Patani, Tara Sutaria in this film. Arjun’s sister Jhanvi Kapoor starrer film ‘Good Luck Jerry’ is also being released on the same day. The film of siblings will collide on the same day, on which Arjun has really done the duty of being the elder brother by speaking his heart.
While talking about the film ‘Ek Villain Returns’, said that in today’s era it is important that what kind of films are you trying to do and what kind of film do you want to make. We never thought that this is a franchise film. We have just tried to make sure that this film succeeds in making a mark of its own.
Arjun Kapoor is very happy
‘Ek Villain Returns’ will clash with Arjun’s sister Jhanvi Kapoor’s crime comedy film ‘Goodluck Jerry’, which is set to release on Disney Plus Hotstar on the same day. Talking about this, the actor said that he is not worried about it.
Arjun said that ‘I really liked the trailer of ‘Goodluck Jerry’ and I felt that Jhanvi has played her role well. I am very happy that our films are releasing on the same day. Hope both the films do well and we will have two reasons to celebrate.
Jhanvi is busy shooting with Varun Dhawan
However, Arjun Kapoor has heaved a sigh of relief that Jhanvi is currently busy shooting for ‘Bawal’ with Varun Dhawan, due to which she is away from the hustle and bustle of the pre-release.
The actor said that ‘I am in touch with him through WhatsApp. Arjun laughs and says that ‘I keep telling him who would be better than Varun who is with him at this time. I have left it to teach him all the important and current marketing tricks.
Arjun-Jhanvi don’t interfere in each other’s work
Arjun disclosed that ‘Siblings do not interfere in each other’s work. I want to make people feel that both of us are doing our work. People think that we are living together and wake up every morning and ask each other what are you doing?, but it is not so. We are just like normal people’.