[tps_footer]Anil Kapoor is on cloud nine as he has had an eventful 2013. The year began with a super hit Race 2 that entered the 100 crore club, followed by Shootout at Wadala to his Hollywood debut with Mission: Impossible-Ghost Protocol and last but not the least the American version of 24 on Colors.
“This year I learnt some more self discipline. I learnt to eat well, exercise properly and think only positively. I also learnt to be patient. That has helped me in finding my bearings even better in life. Work-wise, besides 24, Race 2 and Shootout at Wadala were successful. Race 2, I feel could have been a much bigger hit. I hope the team works more hard on Race 3. Also I would like to thank the film industry and to my fans for having me around for thirty years. Time has just flown by. Today, I feel I am just starting out,” said an ecstatic Anil Kapoor
The coming year 2014 also looked jam-packed. 2014 would be taken up with Anees Bazmee’s Welcome Back and No Entry Mein Entry followed by Zoya Akhtar’s film. Also, he is also looking at making frequent trips to Los Angeles to pursue his career.
Now if this was not enough, Anil Kapoor is also optimistic to start the second season of 24 and he is looking forward to setting the second season in Dubai.
The Indian remake of the American TV show consists of a day in the life of the special agent as he strives to solve a criminal conspiracy, with each episode chronicling an hour of drama filmed in real time.
“Yes, we will bring 24 to Dubai very soon. Dubai is very cinema friendly. There is a lot of security, great locations, cars and roads, that is why so many people come to film here,” stated Anil Kapoor who is very optimistic to bring back the series soon.
The original US version of 24 starred Kiefer Sutherland as Counter Terrorist Unit (CTU) agent Jack Bauer. Anil Kapoor acquired the rights from US Fox network to remake the Indian version in 2011 and it made its debut on Colors on October 04, 2013.
“You never know with life. No matter how much you plan, something unexpected comes up,” said Anil Kapoor who is looking forward for a brighter 2014.[/tps_footer]