"Criticism will be there even if my film is a hit"
Basking in the success of his debut film 'Ishaqzaade', actor Arjun Kapoor says criticism is a part of every profession and even if he delivers a blockbuster he might still be criticised.
"Criticism is a part and parcel of every profession. It is like fair assessment of the work and it implies that I need to work hard and improve.
"Even if I give a blockbuster, there will be criticism. If the hero is so bad then the film wouldn't have worked. Even when I do my 50th film there will be criticism. It is my duty to keep improving," Arjun told PTI.
The Arjun Kapoor-Parineeti Chopra starrer film, though doing well at the box office, has been criticised by some who say it is like the "same old story repackaged in a modern way".
The tagline of the film says 'Parma' (Arjun) and 'Zoya' (Parineeti) are born to hate, but destined to love, which indicates that the movie is somewhat similar to the tale of Romeo amd Juliet. PTI