Veteran actor Anupam Kher's son Sikander may not have had a successful run at the box office so far, but the father hopes the young actor becomes as popular as his contemporaries.
So far, Sikandar's journey in B-town has not been smooth. His films – 'Summer 2007', 'Woodstock Villa' and 'Khele Hum Jee Jaan Sey' all failed to garner attention at the box-office.
"I would love for him to be as busy and popular as his contemporaries, but he is taking it very well and is excited about his new film. I think he has an amazing role in 'Tere Bin Laden' part 2," Anupam told PTI.
"I think certain things happen at a time... I have faith in him. Can you imagine if he was non talented and yet wanted to be an actor? That would've been a nightmare. Now its a matter of time," he added.
Anupam reveals they do talk and discuss about films and he often gives him suggestion.
"It (suggestion) doesn't happen over dining table it happens on a normal conversation when I feel this is how it should be," he said.
Though, the 58-year-old has liked his son's work, he is aware that the films did not do well at the box office.
"He himself is brilliant. I say it with great pride but unfortunately in our business success is more important than being brilliant but I am sure it will follow. If there's
a possibility where I can produce a film (for him) I would love to," he adds.
Meanwhile, Kher is quite kicked up about his stint on small screen with Anil Kapoor's much talked about show '24'.
And the prime reason for him to give a nod for this show was his friendship with Kapoor.
"I play a RAW agent Wasim Khan. It is a two episode role that I have in this season. Anil called me and said there's a role I want you to do. So there was no questioning about it. I hope he reciprocates the same way when one day I call him to do a role for me. '24' is a series which I am an admirer of," Anupam said.
The national award winning actor feels '24' will be a game changer for small screen.
"This will be a game-changer because it respects the sensibility of the audience. I also feel that we have moved to another level of television. From Doordarshan, we went to satellite channel