Ranbir said, "I cannot answer for somebody else but I don't necessarily agree with anybody else."
Mumbai: Whatever dad Rishi Kapoor said was just to protect him, feels Ranbir Kapoor in regard to the former's criticism on 'Jagga Jasoos.'
"My father is a very emotional man. I think whatever he is saying was to protect me in somewhere from where he was coming from," Ranbir said at the trailer launch of Sanjay Dutt's comeback film 'Bhoomi', when asked what he thinks of his father's take on his recently released Anurag Basu-directorial.
Adding, "I don't necessarily agree with what he did that or what he said. We worked on 'Jagga Jasoos' for three years and we all knew what we were doing and how it was being made. Sometimes you succeed sometimes you fail. I don't look at it as failure. I look at it as a learning. I think it has given me an experience with Anurag Basu. I cannot answer for somebody else but I don't necessarily agree with anybody else."
For the unversed, in an interview with a tabloid, the 64-year-old had slammed Basu for being 'irresponsible' with the film.
Soon after the release of ' Jagga Jasoos,' that didn't fare well at the Box Office, the ' Kapoor and Sons' star had said that even after three years of making, the film was incomplete and that Basu was cutting it even two days before the release.