Deepika Padukone on Padmaavat: we will always delight Ranveer and Shahid’s contribution
Shahid Kapoor gives a initial shot for Batti Gul Meter Chalu. See photos
Padmaavat box bureau collection day 12: Deepika Padukone film collects Rs 219.50 crore
Actor Shahid Kapoor has discharged reports that his subsequent partnership with filmmaker Imtiaz Ali is a supplement to their 2007 strike Jab We Met. Ever given a plan was announced, there were reports that a film will be an ‘organic’ supplement to Jab We Met, that featured Shahid Kapoor and Kareena Kapoor Khan.
“There is zero to do with Jab We Met and in this film we don’t demeanour sad! We will make another good film. Why do we live in a past? It (Jab We Met) has already been done. So no, (this isn’t a sequel),” he pronounced in a organisation interview. The director-actor twin will start user on a plan subsequent year after Shahid Kapoor wraps adult Shree Narayan Singh’s Batti Gull Meter Chalu.
The Padmaavat star, who is now sharpened for a film, says as an actor his idea is to constantly try and do opposite roles. “It’s not about behaving improved or worse, it’s about (being) different. That’s a user word for me. we would like to do opposite things. Every film, each purpose offers we opposite opportunities, we have to be loyal to that,” he said.
“You should never move your personal aspirations into what is compulsory from a film.” In Batti Gull Meter Chalu, Shahid is personification a counsel from a tiny city in a film. “‘Batti…’ will be really opposite from my ‘Padmaavat’ impression of Rawal Ratan Singh. I’m grateful if people consider a bar (of performance) has been raised. we need to lift it each time,” said.
Batti Gull Meter Chalu, that also facilities Shraddha Kapoor and Yami Gautam, addresses a emanate of electricity bills.