In Pictures and Video: Anupam Kher interviews Ranbir Kapoor

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Posted on January 19th, 2013 in Hot, Movies, News, Stars

As part of his series ‘An Actor Prepares: Behind The Success’ for the students of his acting school Actor Prepares, Anupam Kher sat down with Ranbir Kapoor for an exciting and revealing interview. The young actor spoke to the actors in training about his first shot, which actually was during Black, his work in Saawariya, his process as well as upcoming projects! He even gave a few acting tips to the students of the prestigious school.

Talking about Ranbir, Anupam said, “I am glad that Ranbir took out time to share his thoughts with my students. He is young and talented and a lot of the students aspiring to become actors would want to emulate him. Interaction with him on his career and his passion for cinema will only help the students get an insight into Ranbir’s beliefs and approach to acting.”

We have the video and some pictures from the event!


Actor Prepares is India’s finest acting school for talented individuals who wish to pursue careers as actor-performers in the entertainment industry. Established in 2005 by Anupam Kher, it is the only school for actors in the world to be founded by an actor who is professionally active. The intensive professional-level course provides specialised training in acting. The classes at Actor Prepares are conducted by competent in-house faculty members who passionately teach the craft through practical, theory classes, games, exercises and extensively filmed practicals. In addition, there is a roster of Bollywood celebrities, which comprises the school’s visiting faculty, who share with students their invaluable on-the-job experiences and tips to success in the BEHIND THE SUCCESS discourses. Above all, each student receives individual guidance and counselling from the country’s most successful, trained teacher-actor, Anupam Kher, throughout the programme.

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