Ranbir Kapoor was hailed as 'superstar' and the 'next superstar' when he was doing well at the box office and all of a sudden things started going downhill after three flops and the only saving grace for him was Ae Dil Hai Mushkil.
Ranbir Kapoor seems to have become wiser now and has taken life and work quite seriously after tasting three failures. "When my films were doing well, I was praised, raised to the skies. I was given adjectives like 'superstar', 'next superstar'. When you don't do well, you have to face the brickbats also," he told to Filmfare.
He added, "It gave me a chance to understand where my life was going. Maybe, also realise that I had taken my success for granted. I didn't enjoy it when it happened. Now, when it returns, maybe I'll enjoy it more, understand it more."
Ranbir Kapoor took full responsibility for the failures of Roy, Bombay Velvet and Tamasha and said, "These are my mistakes and I take full ownership of them. I believed in them. But they went wrong. That's it." Well, now that Ae Dil Hai Mushkil is running in packed houses, we're sure good days are back for Ranbir.