Talking about his show Anil affirmed that this time the story goes bigger and better. “We have put in our best for this season and trust me, unlike last season it will hook the audience this time as well,” he stated and added, “ The story is carried forward from where it ended in last season but with different takes and new entrants.”
“The first season of 24 received a great response, and I feel the same for this too. Those who have seen it have told me that it has an international feel too,” he quipped. Anil expects the same from the second season as well though he feels that television is bit slow medium in our country and needs to show some thrill.
On being asked with the growing period of time had he changed his attitude towards work Anil said, “Definitely, everyone changes with time. I keep on working upon my acting, looks and choices so that I could get better with time,” and added, “We need to keep a tap on growth as today’s generation is much more smarter than ours.
They know what is good or bad for them. We need not teach them. Like it was my children who convinced me to do films like Slumdog Millionaire and Dil Dhadakne Do. If three of them are asking me to take a look at certain project it means there must be something good in it.”
While on the other hand the actor is happy with the way his son Harshvardhan’s career is going who is all set to debut in the b-town industry, with director Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra.