Tu Jhoothi Main Makkaar is a treat for all rom-com fans. Bringing this new jodi on screen, Ranbir Kapoor and Shraddha Kapoor, is the director Luv Ranjan. I am super excited to catch this film on this big screen, as it was released on 8th March, on the occasion of Holi. The audience seems to be loving the film. It raked in over 15 crores on the first day, find out more about its box office collection here. Actor Ranbir Kapoor and director Luv Ranjan in an exclusive interview with the team of MissMalini shared the process of what went into the making of the film, and what success means to Ranbir. Check out the highlights of the interview below…

Shravan asks him how he deals with being in front of the camera as an introvert and interacting with his audience, here’s what he had to say about that…

My mom when I was younger was worried for me because I was such a shy kid. I never looked into people’s eyes and spoke. She always wondered how I would become an actor if I was so shy. But somewhere down the line when I started understanding and got passionate about acting. Once you find something you love to do, everything just naturally comes, the hard work, sincerity and passion. I found a purpose in movies, I don’t take my job for granted and I work very hard. And that purpose that I found is something I truly love. It is a privilege to have my movies released in a theatre. I don’t consider it as another Friday. I consider it as I should be really grateful that my film is releasing in a theatre, and audiences are eager to see it.

When asked about how important it is for an artist to sit down, breathe and relax and tell yourself ‘hey we delivered this’ and just absorb all the good things that are happening,

It is important to acknowledge it, but you can’t take success too seriously. But that is pretty much it. You cannot take success too seriously in this industry. It is very detrimental. I have seen it happen to a lot of people, a lot of people in my own family. You cannot get swayed by success, because it can really get you giddy. It can bloat your head and failure can feel like skin cancer. It can destroy your life, destroy your ego. So I really feel that every artist, every director, or anyone in any form of art should always be balanced about the success and failure of their product.

The actor also commented on Alia Bhatt being snapped by paparazzi in their home, he added

It is an invasion of privacy, you cannot shoot inside my house. Anything can be happening inside my house. It was totally uncalled for, we are going through the correct legal ways of dealing with it. But it was something which was very ugly. We respect the paparazzi, it is a part of our world. It is a symbiotic relationship, but stuff like this really pushes your back to the wall. And you feel really ashamed of somebody doing something like this.

A lot more is revealed in this conversation by this actor-director duo, watch the video below to find out!