For Anil Kapoor, doing both television shows and films is a tough ask and he looks up to Aamir Khan for inspiration.
Anil has been maintaining a fine balance by doing both television show and films.
"It is a tough ride to do both TV and films. Aamir Khan has always been a leader and inspiration. He is younger than me and sometimes you learn from them," Anil told reporters here at the trailer
launch of '24'.
"I remember while doing 'Satyamev Jayate' he did nothing else. I have had lot of film offers including an international film but I couldn't do it as I had to shoot in July-August. We will focus on '24'," he said.
The first season of his television show "24", based on the American series of the same name, came in 2013 and now the "Mr India" actor is back with the second season.
"I work in films as well. I was committed to do two films - 'Dil Dadakane Do', 'Welcome Back'. The kind of show '24' is we need to do that kind of preparation. Writing also takes time. In the future we would take less time," he added.
For the 59-year-old star, doing "24" has been a learning experience.
"I am evolving everyday with '24' as a producer and actor. It's been a learning experience. This show is an adaptation but our dream is to make something that will travel all over the world," he added.
Anil insists, no matter what the TRP of "24" would be his passion and dedication for the show will be same.
In the show "24", Kapoor plays the role of ATS chief Jai Singh Rathore.
Kapoor, who had cast the likes of Tisca Chopra, Mandira Bedi, Shabana Azmi and Anupam Kher in the first season, will be joined by Sakshi Tanwar, Sikander Kher and Surveen Chawl in the second season.