Actor Anil Kapoor, who has produced quite a few films, says he stays true to the script given by the writer and never tries to change or meddle with it.
“You have to be true to the script. When I made ‘Gandhi My Father’, I was true to the script. I didn’t think it is commercial or not. Whether it is a commercial film, a mainstream film or a good script, you just have to be convinced,” the 53-year-old said here Sunday at the Screenwriters Lab press conference.
Anil turned producer with “Badhaai Ho Badhaai” in 2002 and later produced films like “My Wife’s Murder”, “Aisha” and “No Problem” besides “Gandhi My Father”.