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Ranbir Kapoor does not agree with Rishi Kapoor's remark on Anurag Basu.
The row over Jagga Jasoos seems to be an endless chronicle. More than the film, the tiffs and miffs surrounding the film are doing their rounds. This time Bollywood actor Ranbir Kapoor reacted to his father Rishi Kapoor's criticism about director Anurag Basu quoting "an emotional man" for the senior actor.

Ranbir Kapoor co-produced 'Jagga Jasoos' and as a producer weaved a dream of seeing the film on the hit charts. But there were a few loopholes which dragged the movie from entering the blockbuster category. The movie is said to have taken a lot of time to get the final cut. This film had gone a step forward in its creative pursuit which got mixed reviews. This also impacted the revenue collection.

Ranbir chose to keep numb about the performance or the lapse. But senior Kapoor could not mince his words and came out with his remarks overtly, indicating the reason for the failure of the movie. Senior Kapoor has always been in the limelight with his candid and veracious tweets.

The Jagga Jasoos star was asked to comment on his father's critical remarks about the film and the director, to which Ranbir very clearly stated that whatever was spoken by Rishi was out of concern for him. He also clarified the fact saying, he did not  "necessarily agree with what he did or what he said," adding that, "Jagga Jasoos is something that we've worked on for three and a half years. We all were aware of what we were doing and what was being made. Sometimes you succeed sometimes you fail. I don't look at it (Jagga Jasoos) as a failure."

Ranbir was present during the trailer launch of Sanjay Dutt's comeback movie 'Bhoomi' on Thursday.

Rishi Kapoor had also allegedly referred to the director of Jagga Jasoos, Anurag Basu as an irresponsible director, as the film took over three years to get released. Though, Anurag too, was asked to comment over the whole row but the director seemed to choose poise and did not become part of the blame game.

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