Talking in detail about the same, the actor told a news portal that as an actor, being an assistant director on set, and being a producer’s son, he knows how difficult filmmaking is behind the camera. The actor stated that the biggest lesson he learnt over the years is that being in front of the camera is also as much of the hard work and that you can’t take it for granted. Arjun added that he is living the life that he had never imagined. So he is grateful and forever happy being part of this profession and just doing good work.
Elaborating further, he added that he has had time to process during the pandemic about what has happened to his career, and what happened to him personally. The actor believed that he is entering a better phase of his life. Arjun added that he has gone back to being more instinctive and impulsive and more of an audience member as he had time to sit at home and discover where he was going wrong and reconnect.
On the work front, Arjun will next be seen in Mohit Suri’s ‘Ek Villain Returns’ which also stars John Abraham, Disha Patani and Tara Sutaria in lead roles. Apart from this, the actor also has ‘Lady Killer’ and ‘Kuttey’ in his pipeline.