Performing artist Harshvardhan Kapoor, who is making his Bollywood debut with Mirzya, says he takes a gander at Aamir Khan as motivation.
"I make it a point to watch all movies. There are such a variety of stunning performers and I like certain movies of specific on-screen characters. Aamir Khan was a major impact, I think, when my era was growing up. In 2001 Dil Chahta Hai came, then Lagaan came, then Rang De Basanti came, so those were characterizing movies for us when we were growing up," Harshvardhan said at the music dispatch of Mirzya.
"That time on-screen characters were doing as such numerous movies at once and he (Aamir) chose to work more in disengagement and spotlight on one thing at once. I like Aamir for his decisions for his assurance and I additionally like Ranbir," he said.
Inquired as to whether there was rivalry with his dad Anil Kapoor who looks so youthful, Harshvardhan said: "Every one of my lady friends additionally say the same thing. I think when you will see this film in initial 10 minutes you will overlook every little thing about this."
Coordinated by Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra, Mirzya sets Harshvardhan Kapoor with newcomer Saiyami Kher. Harshvardhan likewise feels Mirzya is the most contemporary script ever.
"It's a sentimental disaster and its unique in relation to other sentimental tragedies… it was exceptionally mind boggling. It's extremely uncommon to discover scripts that are lovely and exceptionally sentimental. When I was 22 I was perusing such a large number of different scripts yet I feel this is the most contemporary sentimental script ever. So I was blown away with the script. Its sentimental, lovely, it's mind boggling, it's musical so it resembles a fantasy," said Harshvardhan.
The film, penned by Gulzar, is a thought on the shocking romantic tale of Mirza-Sahiban. It is slated to discharge on October 7.