Arjun, 29, was a part of gangster drama 'Gunday', love story '2 States' and comedy movie 'Finding Fanny' in 2014.
"I haven't signed any film yet because I did not like much stuff offered to me. As an actor you should push the envelope. I have done five films, so obviously now I want to try different characters and work with new directors,” Arjun said while promoting 'Tevar' in the Capital.
"I have been on a bullet train and done six films in two years and it is also not healthy for the audience beyond a point," he added.
Arjun, who made his debut with 'Ishaqzaade' in 2012, said his break will not be a long one but he feels it is important for him to unwind himself.
"I will not call it a sabbatical but after 'Tevar' I want to calm myself down so that I can reassess how I would want to approach my work. It is a nice time in my life. I have got enough love and appreciation for the work I did last year. I have been constantly working. It is nice to slow down," he said.
With 'Tevar', which is releasing on next Friday, Arjun has teamed up with his father Boney Kapoor and uncle Sanjay Kapoor for the first time.
The actor said working in a home production was no different than any other project.
"When an actor goes to a film set, he does not think that he is in his home production or any other film. You just work for the director but 'Tevar' was an emotional journey. Life has come to a full circle. Our home productions are always larger-than-life and are made on a big scale. 'Tevar' is also the same," he said.

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