Mumbai: Veteran actor Randhir Kapoor, who has played a grandpa in the recent released film "Super Naani", says he is against the concept of making remakes of his late father Raj Kapoor's "classic" films.
Asked if would he like to see the remakes of Raj Kapoor's classic films, he said: "No never, We are not here for remakes. The original classics are so great and I don't feel any of us are capable of making Raj Kapoor films better."
The 67-year-old, who has directed films including "Henna", "Dharam Karam" and "Kal Aaj Aur Kal", says that films that are made today have different "packagaing and emotions" then movies of yesteryear.
"The films that were made in the past were made for people of that time. Now things have changed. Even today, films are also doing well. Some films are good while there are some films that i dont understand. The emotions are different and the packaging is great," he said.
However, he also feels that nowadays "awards are money making business."