Bollywood star Ranbir Kapoor’s film ‘Brahmastra’ created a lot of buzz in the theaters this year. ‘Brahmastra’ gave the Hindi film industry a big hit, breaking the string of big flops that the Hindi film industry was getting. Ranbir and Alia Bhatt starrer ‘Brahmastra’ is the highest grossing Bollywood film of this year. Ranbir Kapoor was a part of the Red Sea International Film Festival in Saudi Arabia last week. In a special conversation, many interesting things were said about his career and film choice. In the same conversation, Ranbir also said that he would also like to work in Pakistani films. He also received the Variety International Vanguard Actor Award in this film festival. What did Ranbir say on working in a Pakistani film At the Red Sea International Film Festival, a man sitting in the audience, who is also a Pakistani filmmaker, asked Ranbir an interesting question. His question was that if a Pakistani production made a film set in a third country like Saudi Arabia, would Ranbir agree to act in it? Related news According to a report in Hindustan Times, Ranbir said, ‘Absolutely sir. I think there are no boundaries for artists, especially for arts. Congratulations to the Pakistani film industry for The Legend of Maula Jatt. This is one of the biggest hits we have seen in the last few years. Of course I would like to do this (film). Pakistan’s biggest hit is ‘The Legend of Maula Jatt’ Pakistani star Fawad Khan, who played an important role in Ranbir’s film ‘Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’, is the hero of ‘The Legend of Maula Jatt’. This film is the most expensive film of Pakistan. The Legend of Maula Jatt is also Pakistan’s most successful film with worldwide earnings of $10 million. Talking about Ranbir, his film ‘Shamshera’ in 2022 was a flop at the box office. But after this ‘Brahmastra’ changed his entire game and made him the top star of the year. Ranbir will now be seen opposite Shraddha Kapoor in Luv Ranjan’s romantic comedy. After this he will be seen in ‘Kabir Singh’ director Sandeep Reddy Vanga’s film ‘Animal’.