Actor Harshvardhan Kapoor has denied rumours that he has opted out of filmmaker Sriram Ragahvan’s next, but admits there is no certainty on him being a part of the project.
The newcomer, who made his Bollywood debut with tragic romance Mirzya this year, was said to have refused Sriram’s thriller over dates clash with Vikramaditya Motwane’s Bhavesh Joshi.
When asked if he has opted out of the movie, Harshvardhan told reporters, “I never opted out of the film. But there are a lot of things which go into saying a yes or no for a film, your dates have to be blocked and other such things...It’s a conversation that goes on between the actor and the director and then an article comes, badly timed. So, I am not sure about that film. I can’t tell you if I am doing it, I can’t tell you if I am not doing it.”
The actor also said that the shooting for Bhavesh Joshi is in full swing and besides that, he is in talks for two movies.
“I can’t reveal the details because I am not sure if I will do them. There are talks happening for two films, one is a biopic and the other is a slightly darker film. It will be great working on these movies, if I sign them,” he revealed.
Harshvardhan, at an event said, “the biopic, if it happens, will require at least a year of his time as it is on an interesting personality who is still alive.”