Aditya Chopra's biggest problem is not seeking recognition: Uday Chopra
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Actor-turned-producer Uday Chopra today said not seeking "recognition" is the biggest problem of his elder brother Aditya Chopra.
Uday and Aditya are real life brothers but they come across as opposite people. While Aditya is reticent, the former is different from him in many respects.
"He (Aditya) is reticent. He has nothing against media but he doesn't like to talk too much. He does not want to be recognised and that is his biggest problem. He wants to watch films every Friday, first day first show," Uday told PTI.
"Aditya believes in watching movie as a common man. He doesn't like too many people as he is not a public kind of person," he said.
Uday feels that it is important to be seen these days.
"It is important to be out in front of everyone. Today, you need to have better PR in place but I think it is ok for him. If you are talented and prove yourself time and again, then you can get away with it. But the fact that we are talking about him shows that he is doing something good. I would say it is ok... not a big deal," Uday said.
Whenever Uday is in trouble, Aditya does offer him solutions as an elder brother.
"We are all individualistic people we are strong minded men in the family. His advice is like I can tell you what is right but the decision has to be yours. After the failure of 'Pyaar Impossible' he said as an actor my career will stay here (same place) you can continue to do it and that I will get work," Uday said.
"But if I want to move ahead I can take up something else. I decided to get into production. But nobody pushed me into anything be it acting or production it was my decision," Uday said.