Actor Arjun Kapoor has been in the news lately for his upcoming flick Gunday which seems to be making quite an impression on the people. The Ishaqzaade actor is enjoying the limelight and is working very hard to be a good actor. Th actor got candid and spoke in length about his relations with Sridevi and Boney Kapoor in a popular talk show.
The actor is the son of famous film maker Boney Kapoor and the step son of actress Sridevi. Arjun finally came clean on his equation with stepmom Sridevi and father Boney in a popular talk show. Arjun revealed the truth about how he and his father bridged the gap when Sridevi entered his life. He even spoke about how his mother late Mona Kapoor was upset with Boney for leaving her for Sridevi. "Whatever she sacrificed to make me reach where I am and my sister, to be able to do things in terms of securing us financially, emotionally, making us stable and being able to dream of having a better future. She hasnt lived to see that," Arjun Kapoor said.
Arjun spoke a lot about his mother's illness which was followed by her demise and the tough times regarding his father's relations with Sridevi. He reavealed that after a lot of effort the relationship between his father is smooth now and that he has immense respect in his heart for Sridevi as well.
"My mother taught me to be respectful to everybody. My mother allowed me to develop my own equation with each and every person including her. She never fed it in me to be a certain way. I went on holidays with my father even after they separated and my fathers family was along. He has two other children as well. The dynamics will be complicated. It will never be normal We Are Family concept. It doesnt end like films do. Youll never live happily ever after but life goes on. Im respectful towards her because she is my fathers wife. She will always remain that. My father is very happy with her and for me that is important," he added.
Although not close to Arjun , Sridevi still takes interests in Arjun and was seen hugging him as well. For Arjun All's well that end's well.