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Arjun on Dad: We will definitely be working together

By HT

Mumbai, Sept. 25 -- It's no secret that Arjun Kapoor and Ranveer Singh, who starred together in Gunday (2014), share a great equation - on as well as off the camera. 
 
"The beauty is that now, my equation with Ranveer and Ali (Abbas Zafar; Gunday director) has gone - in a great way - beyond just the film," says Arjun. 
 
SCALE AND VISION 
 
Is there any possibility of Gunday 2 with Ranveer? "Ali Abbas Zafar is the only person, who made Gunday a reality, so Gunday 2 is also a reality that only Ali can speak about. That was his brainchild. Both Ranveer and I were very young at that time. Adi (Aditya Chopra; producer) and Ali gave us the scale, vision and positioning that most actors crave for even after being in the industry for 10 years. So, they are the two best people [to talk about Gunday 2]," says Arjun. On his part, Arjun readily admits that he "would love to do the sequel". "I don't see any reason why we shouldn't [make it]. But there has to be a story to tell. There has to be a right time too. I am sure when the time is right; something or the other will come up. But never say never. People can only speculate but Ali will make the sequel when he wants to, and if he wants to," he says. 
 
WORKING WITH DAD 
 
Talking of collaborations, after Tevar (2015), Arjun hasn't teamed up again with his producer father, Boney Kapoor. "We will definitely be working together and there are no two ways about it. Of late, I've been busy doing my film while he was releasing his production venture (Mom), so we have actually not caught up properly. Then, he went for a holiday. Now, I have got into the prep for Dibakar (Banerjee; film-maker) sir's film," he says. Adding that they will "sit, chat and figure", Arjun says "nothing has excited or caught our attention script-wise yet". "But that thought is there, so let it happen organically. I would like to believe that I am here (in the industry) for a long time so, whenever I get the correct film, I will do it. That might happen next year, or take six months or even one-and-a-half years. It's just a matter of finding the correct material and director," he says.