Shahid Kapoor Answers Why He Skipped Ex-Kareena Kapoor’s Wedding

Shahid Kapoor and Kareena Kapoor Khan dated for a long while. But unfortunately things didn’t work between the two and the couple called it quits. Coming back to present, both the actors are happily married to two separate individuals and are proud parents too.

Below Is The Answer To The Question, That Why Shahid Kapoor Skipped His Ex- Kareena Kapoor’s Wedding Ceremony

Kareena is happily married to Saif Ali Khan and is a mother to Taimur while Shahid too is a doting husband to Mira Rajput and a father to two kids- Misha and Zain. Recently, while on a visit to Neha Dhupia’s chat show on Colors Infinity, Shahid spoke blunt about his exes and also opened about his professional choices.

Shahid shared that PCJ whom he dated for a while, had invited him to the Mumbai reception. When asked about his absence at Kareena-Saif’s Wedding back in 2012, Shahid shared,

“About Kareena, I don’t remember, it was a while ago. I don’t think I was invited.”

When Shahid was speaking on his equation with his exes earlier on Koffee With Karan, speaking about whether there should be normal vibes between exes, Shahid had said,

“I think there should be eventually. If you are happy and if you are settled then there’s no reason to be uncomfortable with other people. If you are uncomfortable with something and holding on to something, I think those are the times that we should probably be awkward because there’s something within you that’s not settled. But if you’re happy with where you are, you always wish everybody happiness. I wish them all the happiness.”

When asked about the offer he regrets rejecting, he revealed it was Aamir Khan starrer Rang De Basanti. He said,

“I regret not doing the film. They wanted me to play the role of Siddharth. I’d cried while reading the script and loved it, but unfortunately couldn’t make time for it.”

When he was asked about the film he regretted doing, he mentioned, Vikas Bahl’s Shaandaar and added,

“Even I was confused when I saw the film.”


Gaurav Gupta

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