Mumbai: Aditya Roy Kapur is remarkably self aware. In a family of artistes, he says he was the least artistically inclined; but for someone who was averse to acting in Hindi cinema, he has gradually fallen in love with the profession. “As I look back, I think I am an accidental actor. Just because it has been ten years I can’t say I’ve been sure about wanting to be in this profession, even though I’ve started to love it now,” Aditya says. Also Read – I have personal ambitions now: PriyankaHe started out as a VJ for Channel V and eventually made his debut as actor in 2009 with London Dreams. Over the years, he featured in films like Aashiqui 2, Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani and Ok Jaanu. “It all happened by chance,” Aditya says. A casting call in 2008 for the Vipual Shah film gave him an opportunity to enter Bollywood, even though he never “harboured any desire to be an actor.” “I never grew up on a staple diet of hindi cinema. In fact when I was a VJ, I was averse to it. Purely because I could never imagine myself being an actor.” The 33-year-old actor has of course seen the highs and lows, hits and misses and received both appreciation and brickbats for his performances. “Over the years I’ve grown to love the industry, my job, and the profession itself. It’s been a journey full of ups and downs.