"You have to balance the pros and cons of the critical reviews and audience interactions. It is too early to suggest where the film is heading in terms of numbers but as far as I am concerned, I have never got such a good response for any of my previous films, he added."
Mumbai, April 21 - Arjun Kapoor says children were scared of him after his first two releases - Ishaqzaade and Gunday - but he is now glad that 2 States has changed things for him.

The actor played raw, rustic and action-oriented avatars in his first two movies, but in 2 States, Arjun plays a smart, suave, cultured and lovable young man.

The best thing is that kids are not scared of me any more. After my previous films, kids got scared upon seeing me, the 28-year-old said here Sunday at Cinemax theatre.

One kid saw me once and started saying 'Bala, Bala' - like it or not, Arjun said.

You have to balance the pros and cons of the critical reviews and audience interactions. It is too early to suggest where the film is heading in terms of numbers but as far as I am concerned, I have never got such a good response for any of my previous films, he added.

Directed by Abhishek Varman, 2 States stars Alia Bhatt opposite Arjun and is based on Chetan Bhagat's popular novel 2 States: The Story Of My Marriage.


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