Actor Harshvardhan Kapoor has put an end to rumours that he might be doing Tigmanshu Dhulia's next film "Milan Talkies".
"I am not doing Tigmanshu's 'Milan Talkies'. I was approached for it, but I am not taking that up now and I am not doing Sriram Raghavan's film either. Right now, I am doing Vikramaditya Motwane's 'Bhavesh Joshi' for which shoot is almost complete and after that, there's another film which I will announce soon," Harshvardhan said here at the opening of a store of Selected Homme, a menswear line.
The actor, who debuted in Bollywood with "Mirzya", says though he takes inspiration from his father, veteran actor Anil Kapoor, and other stars when it comes to fashion, he makes his own choices.
"I feel that being an actor is about observing people. Fashion comes along with acting. Inspiration comes from everywhere, but fashion and acting is very personal. It's a representation of who you are as a person.
"It becomes very important to have your identity and be unique. My sensibilities have always been different for my choice of films and fashion and I get inspired from my father and other film stars, but eventually I make my own choices," he added.
Talking about increasing popularity and focus on celebrity's airport looks in the media, Harshvardhan said: "When I am travelling by air, I generally dress like a homeless person and for that, I receive lot of flak from my family. I feel the whole 'airport look' thing is just ridiculous.
"It is really about being comfortable. We usually travel abroad in long flights. In that time, we really want to be comfortable and so I prefer something to go easy and also looks nice."