Ranbir Kapoor doesn't want to shield his kids from any of his films, will be happy to hear, 'Papa, that was such a bad film'
Father to be Ranbir Kapoor asked to name films of his that he'd want to shield his kids from. He'd rather laugh with them about his bad ones.
The couple tied the knot in April and Bhatt, 29, announced her pregnancy last month.
Kapoor said while he finds it difficult to express his feelings, he is looking forward to this new phase in his life.
"I am feeling grateful, excited, nervous and terrified. Because I have so many expectations of myself and of this relationship and what I want from it and what I want to give... These are the only adjectives I can use," Kapoor told PTI.
Kapoor, 39, said throughout his 15-year-long career he has always been conscious about his movie choices and believes there is nothing in his filmography that he will be ashamed of while showing to his child.
"I am always conscious because I know society gets impacted by it. I will not do anything to belittle anyone or anybody for the sake of entertainment. That's my personality. I don't regret or (feel) ashamed of any film that I have done.
"I don't think there is any film that I would like to shield them (childiren) from. I believe failures are as important as successes. I would like to hear from them say that Papa, that was such a bad film' and probably laugh with them or Papa that was so much fun' and feel very happy about it," he added.
Actor Vaani Kapoor is playing the female lead with Sanjay Dutt essaying the role of the antagonist.
"Shamshera" will hit the theatres on July 22.