B-town’s ‘Jhakkaas’ actor Anil Kapoor recently said he is a big fan of Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis and joked that the politician was a competition to him.
The 59-year-old actor while attending the Chakachak Mumbai campaign at the Bandra Station also jested about having no competition in the film industry.
“I am a big fan of Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis. He is young and good-looking, whenever I see him I feel there is some competition in politics, otherwise nobody is a competition for me in the film industry. I feel he is someone so young dynamic, good-looking. However, whenever I meet and tell him that I am a huge fan of you, he doesn’t believe.”
Spreading out the message of cleanliness, the ‘24’ actor talked about the importance of local trains in the financial capital and said that people should try to make the premises beautiful and keep it clean.
“The best mode of transport in Mumbai today is to travel by train. If you really want to reach on time you should travel by train. I love travelling by train. And if the stations are clean, toilets and trains are clean, I think it will be beautiful,” he added.
On the professional front, the actor will be seen sharing screen space with his nephew Arjun Kapoor in Anees Bazmee’s ‘Mubarakan,’ slated to release in July next year.
The actor will also be seen in Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra’s ‘Fanny Khan’ and Neeraj Vora’s directorial ‘One Way Ticket’ along with Akshaye Khanna.