Here is yet another example of why we are living in a world where perception is reality.
From the last few days, this talented actor has been going on and on giving interviews about him being baffled that his film has not worked at the box-office, in spite of all positive film reviews.
Boss, some curious cases of film reviews not withstanding, your film did not work because the narrative was lengthy and boring. Period. Plus, you were miscast in a role that could have been fantastic for someone like Ranbir Kapoor.
Stop believing in perception and start looking at reality. Perception is for the public. You can’t fall in the trap of believing in it. Just like there is a difference between the characters an actor plays on screen, and his real life, actors also have to understand that there is a difference between perception and reality.
Even though I am a PR and I create perceptions, I am still saying this. Wakie wakie.