Theatre not Aditya Roy Kapur's cup of tea
Actor Aditya Roy Kapur feels he can never be part of a live play because remembering multiple dialogues is tough.
Mumbai: Actor Aditya Roy Kapur feels he can never be part of a live play because remembering multiple dialogues is tough.
His journey in showbiz started when he was a video jockey on the small screen. From there on, he featured in bit roles in films like "London Dreams" and "Guzaarish" before getting his big break with "Aashiqui 2".
Asked if he will ever do theatre, he said: "There are so many dialogues...I feel that I'll never be able to do a play. Remembering so many dialogues is not easy. It is very tough."
Just last month, he was present to watch the theatrical production "Mera Woh Matlab Nahi Tha", featuring Anupam Kher and Neena Gupta, and he was floored by the play and the performances.
"After watching the play, I decided that I don't want to do a play ever in my life," he said.