Actor Ranbir Kapoor has been in the news more for his personal life than his professional life. While the actor himself has never come out in open about his relationship with actress Katrina Kaif, his father Rishi seems to have spilled few beans.
According to an interview in a leading daily, Rishi spoke about his strained relationship with son Ranbir, Ranbir’s decision to move out with girlfriend Katrina and more.
Interestingly, recently when Ranbir Kapoor moved out of his ancestral home 'KrishnaRaj' to live with girlfriend Katrina Kaif, he created lot of frenzy among news circuits. Though neither Ranbir nor Katrina ever admitted to it, Ranbir's dad Rishi Kapoor spoke about the life changing moment, in a candid interview with a leading daily.
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Quoted Rishi, "My father gave me space when I moved out after marriage and I gave Ranbir his space too when he decided to move out and share a home with his girlfriend. In this house, he had one room. How could that be enough for a 33-year-old boy? He's a great son, he listens to me but I don't interfere in his career because my career is mine and his is his. I know I've screwed up my relationship with Ranbir even though my wife kept telling me about what I was doing. It's now too late to change it; both of us will not be able to adjust to the change. It's like there's this glass wall, we can see each other, we can talk, but that's it. He doesn't live with us anymore, which is also a very big setback to Neetu and me. We're building a new home where there will be a lot of place for him and his family. Till then, life goes on."
Not just this, but Rishi Kapoor, who is currently busy shooting for his film ‘All Is Well’, also spoke about his relationship with Ranbir. He said, "Out of respect I was always very scared of my father. I don't know about Ranbir; of course he respects me, but I've never been friends with him and that is my biggest drawback. It's also a deep regret but again, I don't know, only time will tell if it is something that's good or not. I used to drink with my dad, though out of respect, I never smoked in front of him. Similarly I can share a drink with Ranbir, but he doesn't smoke in front of me though I know he smokes. I never made friends with Ranbir and though I regret it, I am also not one of those guys who would want to be on back-slapping terms with my son."
Well, now this is indeed some sort of a revelation!