Shahid Kapoor Is Amazed When One Of His Fans Caught Him Having Goosebumps While Doing ‘Kabir Singh’ Scene

There was a scene in Sandeep Reddy Vanga‘s Kabir Singh where Shahid Kapoor got goosebumps.

Just a few months back, Shahid Kapoor’s performance in Kabir Singh was widely appreciated. Shahid gave his character his full potential and that definitely worked for the flick, which went on to create magic in theatres for a long time, thus becoming the highest-grossing film of 2019 so far.

Talking about the scene. In this scene, Shahid’s character hears that he has turned father when he meets his long-lost love, played by Kiara Advani.

Shahid Kapoor His Fans Kabir Singh
Shahid Kapoor His Fans Kabir Singh

Posting the pic, Shahid’s fan wrote,

“When the actor brings the character to life and feels his emotions, the audience will be glued to the screen. @shahidkapoor actually had goosebumps when #KabirSingh got to know that he’s going to be a father. Respect, Shahid.”

Shahid took this in a light hearted manner and had his share of fun with comments that read,

“Even I didn’t notice that. The director Sandeep told me after he saw the edit. Amazing that you caught it.”


Have a look at their conversation here:

Giving more details about Kabir Singh, it was the Hindi remake of Telugu film Arjun Reddy starring Vijay Deverakonda and Shalini Pandey as the lead couple. The hindi version, too, was directed by Vanga.

Kabir Singh is the story of a genius but a hostile house surgeon, who falls for Preeti, a first-year student. When Preeti’s father catches them red-handed while kissing each other, he opposes their relationship and decides to get Preeti married to another person.

Kabir Singh catapulted Shahid Kapoor’s career and confidence in such a way that even when the film was being screened on the box office, he increased his asking price for the following projects.

Talking about Kiara Advani, as of now she is shooting for Good News, Laxmmi Bomb and Shershaah. Karan Johar directed, Kalank was a box office failure.


Gaurav Gupta

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