Batti Gul Meter Chalu actor Shahid Kapoor on removing boxed as ‘chocolate boy’: There were no options

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He might have valid his eagerness as a performer with films such as Kaminey, Haider and Padmaavat, though Shahid Kapoor says primarily it was not easy for him to measure versatile characters.

The 37-year-old actor, who done his Bollywood entrance with college intrigue “Ishq Vishk”, pronounced it was tough for him to mangle out of a “chocolate boy” image.

“I have always attempted to get good and versatile roles. we wanted to uncover my versatility. But nobody used to offer me such scripts. They used to consider that we am usually suitable for chocolate child and college tyro roles. There were no other options,” Shahid pronounced in an talk here.

The actor pronounced it was perfect tough work and stability that helped him in convincing a filmmakers that he has most some-more to offer than only being a partner boy.

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“It’s been 15 years given we have been operative in a attention and after most tough work, now we am being offering different roles.

“It’s been a prolonged tour and we have done a lot of effort. Today, we feel really advantageous that people also consider of me as an actor who plays a accumulation of characters,” he said.

Shahid’s subsequent film, Batti Gul Meter Chalu is another further to his different filmography and a actor says his impression in a new underline was distinct others he has played on screen.

“It is diametrically conflicting to what we played in Padmaavat. Sushil Kumar Pant, my character, has written diarrhea. He is totally incorrigible and has no values.”

Directed by Shree Narayan Singh, a film is set in Uttarakhand’s Tehri Garhwal district and narrates a story of electricity burglary in farming areas of India.

“There are many such issues that people face in those areas and we have addressed these in a film,” Shahid said.

Also starring Shraddha Kapoor, Divyendu Sharma, and Yami Gautam, Batti Gul Meter Chalu will strike a theatres on Sep 21.

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