Leonardo DiCaprio rues complacency following 'Titanic' success
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Superstar Leonardo DiCaprio regrets becoming complacent in the wake of the blockbuster movie 'Titanic'.
"I probably should have done more movies during that time period. I took a solid break. I didn't even understand what a hit was, you know? That movie came out and people were like, 'This movie is doing amazingly well!' and I'm like, 'Good, that's great!," he said.
The 38-year-old actor, however, accepted that the 1997-movie had a great impact on his career and allowed him the liberty to be choosy while selecting movies, a media report said.
"It (Titanic) gave me an opportunity, from that point on, to choose the roles I wanted to do," said DiCaprio.