“How do you actually measure this?”

Imran Khan On Being Compared To Ranbir Kapoor:

Imran Khan shared this photo. (Etiquette: Imran Khan,

New Delhi:

Imran Khan recently opened up about his career journey and the valuable lessons he learned along the way. Reflecting on the early days of his career, Imran Khan spoke about the comparisons between himself and fellow actor Ranbir Kapoor during his first film. Don’t you go? Hit theaters in 2008. When asked about his role in the “Fame Game” after the success Don’t you go? And being compared to Ranbir Kapoor is the “next big thing”, says Imran Khan Hindustan Times“I’ve never thought about competition. How do you actually measure this? And if I make a really good movie and it’s very successful, somebody else loses—until their next movie comes out. So their movie makes more money, suddenly my movie is less.” Is it?”

Imran Khan added, “So now should we delete all those old films and any film that grossed less than 300 crores? A good example of this is my uncle’s film ‘Andaz Apna Apna’ which is a box office bomb. But this film created a cult status. Yes. We all love this movie with a capital F.”

During the same interview, Imran Khan revealed about his divorce from his ex-wife Avantika Malik. He said, “My daughter is turning 10. We have split custody. I have her from Thursday to Sunday. So we split the week. It’s all settled and sorted. Me and Avantika are legally divorced. The papers are signed. Now It’s been years, I didn’t think it was anyone’s business.”

Needless to say, Imran Khan and Avantika Malik got married in 2011 and decided to separate in May 2019. They ended their marriage due to “irreconcilable differences”. Imran and Avantika co-parent their 10-year-old daughter Imra. Imran is currently dating Lekha Washington.

Actor Aamir Khan’s nephew Imran Khan shot to fame with his very first film. you go… or you go…, he then appeared in films like Delhi Belly, Kidnap, Luck and Gori Tere Pyaar Mein. However, after Katti Batti, Imran took a break from the film industry.

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