Mumbai, Oct 24: Actor Ranbir Kapoor, whose last film "Besharam" was trashed by the critics and rejected by the audience, says he doesn't regret doing romantic-comedy.
When asked if he regreta doing the film, the 31-year-old said: "Not at all. I don't regret doing 'Besharam'."
The Kapoor scion started his career with dud "Saawariya" and in six years he has done about a dozen films. Of these "Bachna Ae Haseeno", "Wake Up Sid", "Raajneeti", "Rockstar", "Barfi" and "Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani" did well at the box office and the rest bit the dust.
Abhinav Kashyap directed "Besharam", which fell flat at the box office, also featured Ranbir's parents - Neetu and Rishi Kapoor - and newcomer Pallavi Sharda.
"Even my first film was a flop. I don't regret anything in my life. I had an opportunity to work with my parents in the film," he said.
What went wrong with the film?
"I don't have any formula for success. I work with my conviction in my films," Ranbir told reporters at an event here.