Jersey Actor Shahid Kapoor Says ‘After Kabir Singh Released, I Went Like A Beggar To Everybody’

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Bollywood actor Shahid Kapoor recently made the confession during the trailer launch of his upcoming film Jersey that might shock his fans!

Shahid Kapoor interacted with the media during the trailer launch of Jersey on Tuesday and said that he begged the filmmakers who have made 200-250 crore films post the success of his film Kabir Singh.

After Kabir Singh released, I went like a beggar to everybody. I went to all these people who’ve made these 200-250 crore films. I’ve never been a part of this club, so it was completely new to me. Having spent 15-16 years in the industry, I never had such a huge grosser. So, when it finally happened, I didn’t know where to go, it was all new to me,” Shahid  Kapoor said at the trailer launch of Jersey as reported by Bollywood Life.

Meanwhile, talking about his upcoming film, Shahid revealed that he was approached for Jersey weeks before Kabir Singh released and he watched the original movie, which starred Nani in the lead.

Jersey is the Hindi remake of the Telugu hit of the same name. It narrates the journey of a cricketer, who returns to play cricket in his 30s, by joining the Indian cricket team.

Directed by Gowtam Tinnanuri (who also helmed the original), the film  finally hit the screens on December 31. The film will also feature Shahid Kapoor’s father Pankaj Kapur as his mentor and actress Mrunal Thakur as his wife.

Shahid Kapoor was last seen in the 2019 hit Kabir Singh, co-starring Kiara Advani. The film was a remake of the Telugu hit Arjun Reddy, starring Vijay Deverakonda in the lead role.



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