Shahid Kapoor has a lot to be grateful about. The actor recently became a father for the second time and welcomed baby boy Zain along with wife Mira. Not just that, his latest release Batti Gul Meter Chalu, where he was paired opposite Shraddha Kapoor, also registered decent business at the ticket windows. And all this comes at a time when he has also clocked more than two decades in the movie industry.
And honestly, that's a good amount of time to look back and introspect over the years that have passed by. And thankfully for us, Shahid did exactly that when he recently sat down with Rajeev Masand and Anupama Chopra for a podcast titled, Take 2. Not just that, when he was quizzed about his underrated movies and whether he thinks something led to the way they did at the box-office, Sasha was at his candid best. How? Well, he said that he feels almost all of his movies have under-performed and could have done better.
He confessed, "In terms of numbers, almost all of them should have done better, they’ve always under-performed - my movies. Actually, all the films of mine that were good did well. Yeah, films like Udta, Haider could have done better." But it all turned interesting when he recollected about Imtiaz Ali's Jab We Met with Kareena Kapoor Khan. "Jab We Met should have done a lot better than it did but there was always some distress situation at that time. That film was under a lot of distress. Nobody wanted to see me and Kareena together at that time so it didn’t get a proper release and that happens very often," he added. On the work front, he will next be seen in the Hindi remake of Arjun Reddy opposite Kiara Advani.
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