Actor Arjun Kapoor shared a quote concerning the distinction between self promotion and selling one’s work.
On Monday, actor Arjun Kapoor shared a quote on the distinction between “promoting yourself” and “promoting your work.” Actor Anushka Sharma reacted to Arjun’s story.
Arjun shared a quote by American creator Adam Grant, which learn, “There’s a difference between promoting yourself and promoting your work. Promoting yourself is flaunting what you achieve in an effort to get attention. ‘I’m amazing!’ Promoting your work is sharing what you create in an effort to make a contribution. ‘I hope this adds value’.” Posting it, Arjun added, “If most people in our profession understood this difference we would be making better films.”
Actor Anushka Sharma agreed with Arjun’s submit and seconded him by reposting his story. She wrote, “A hundred percent true.”
Arjun is movie producer Boney Kapoor and late Mona Shourie Kapoor’s eldest son. He made his Bollywood debut in 2012 with Ishaqzaade. Before that, he labored as an assistant director to Nikkhil Advani on Kal Ho Naa Ho and Salaam-e-Ishq.
Arjun was final seen in Pawan Kripalani’s horror-comedy Bhoot Police. The movie additionally starred actors Saif Ali Khan, Jacqueline Fernandez and Yami Gautam.
He can be seen subsequent in Mohit Suri’s Ek Villain Returns. Talking concerning the movie, he informed Hindustan Times, “It’s a pleasant large ensemble entertainer, you already know, the popcorn summer season blockbuster. For me, I’ve grown up watching that form of cinema, I’ve grown up having fun with Mohit’s films. He is such a balanced director. He understands the mainstream viewers in addition to at this time’s sensibility. We have gotten good music, motion and all the trimmings of constructing a reputable entertainer. So I’m actually excited. I’ve simply shot seven-eight days. Hopefully, when issues ease up, within the coming month, we’d be capable to return on set. Fingers crossed.”
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Apart from Ek Villain Returns, he can even be seen in Vishal Bhardwaj’s son Aasmaan’s debut movie Kuttey and Ajay Bahl’s Ladykiller.