Mumbai, Sep 11 - Actor Arjun Kapoor loved the experience of doing work in "Tevar", co-made by his father Boney and uncle Sanjay, as they didn't impose any strain on him.
"'Tevar' is about a simple boy and his enjoy story. It is emotional and overpowering. I cherished operating with my father and uncle. None of them place any strain on me and gave me my room to perform as an actor," Arjun instructed IANS.
Directed by Amit Sharma, "Tevar" also functions Sonakshi Sinha in the female actor lead.
In the meantime, Arjun is enthusiastic about his English language Bollywood entertainer "Finding Fanny", which was a new encounter for him.
He claims when a Hindi actor does an English movie, he tries to anxiety on the phrases to get the lines across. But director Homi Adajania desired all actors to be as free in their dialogue shipping and delivery as feasible.
"Homi was like, 'What are you all undertaking? Just neglect that you are not doing a Hindi film...make it like a conversation'," recalled Arjun, who will be witnessed in the film with Deepika Padukone, Dimple Kapadia, Pankaj Kapur and Naseeruddin Shah.
The film releases Friday.