Every film has its own destiny, Harshvardhan on "Mirzya" failure

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Harshvardhan Kapoor is not bogged down with his debut film "Mirzya" failing to make a mark at the box-office. The actor accepts the failure, and says that the movie is not for everybody.

"Well, obviously 'Mirzya' didn't do well at the box-office which is fine. It's not a film for everybody," Harshvardhan said. 

He added: "Every film has its own destiny. I feel 'Mirzya' is a work of art. It is a beautiful film and it will find its place in course of time."

The son of actor Anil Kapoor talked about the Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra's ambitious project at the red carpet of Filmfare Glamour & Style Awards on Saturday night. 

Apart from Harshvardhan, "Mirzya" marked debut of Saiyami Kher, and narrated Mehra's take on the folklore of Mirza-Sahiba. 

Harshvardhan feels "the audience is used to seeing newcomers presented in a certain way".

"I didn't do any of the conventional things. In terms of look or the character, I kept a huge beard and played a rustic character. Moreover, the love story is explained through its music so there is a lot of new things for viewers to take," said the 25-year-old. 

Now, Harshvardhan is focusing on his next project "Bhavesh Joshi". 

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Immature, pampered kid. Hope he learns to be grateful soon. What does he mean it's fine it didn't do well at the box office? Be sensitive to the people who invested money in it. That's the problem with these star kids. They feel they are entitled to special preference in the industry. Hope outsiders like srk and ranveer start to get discovered more often. There is plenty of great actors out there who just need good grooming.

Ranveer and Harshvardhan are cousins.

If he wasn't a star kid he would be on big boss after his film flopped.

Harsh, while many would applaud you for choosing an 'unconventional' way into Bollywood, I would rather accuse you of choosing the safe way- you always knew that because you chose such a script, your lack of success in the box office could always be attributed to the kind of film you did and that in turn take out all the pressure and judgement of your acting talent. Clever, to say the least.

wait.. it released? lol..

Harshvardhan work on you self and you will make it, i think he is good, looking forward to your next release

Think of the producers and distributors who lost so much money. Mirziya couldn't recover even it's marketing cost.

You were over-hyped.

He may or may not be talented but more imporant than that is he's a star kid, and they get to stay in the industry even when their debut flops, so unfair! If he was unknown he'd be out already, and he wouldn't have been able to sign his second film even before his first was out!

John Abraham - no star parent(s) plus NO talent, is still around so this this guy a chance too!

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