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The trailer of Bollywood actor Shahid Kapoor’s upcoming film ‘Jersey’ has been released. After the release of the trailer of this film, Shahid revealed during an interview that after the resounding success of ‘Kareeb Singh’, he had gone to many film directors about this film and requested them to make the film ‘Jersey’. Was. But no one took him seriously. The makers of the film have also shared the trailer of the film with the fans on social media.
Shahid Kapoor became a part of 200-250 crore club for the first time because of ‘Kabir Singh’
Shahid says, “After the release of ‘Kabir Singh’, I went to everyone like a beggar. I went to all the people who made these 200-250 crore films. I have never belonged to this club. Didn’t participate, so it was completely new to me. After spending 15-16 years in the industry, I’ve never had such a huge grosser. So, when it finally happened, I didn’t know where I should go. It was completely new to me.”
Shahid says this film is his best film till date
Shahid says, “You can say that I tried my best not to do this (the jersey, which was offered to him before doing Kabir Singh). So, to work with me and wait for me, I am the director of the film. Credit to Gautham. I can safely say that this film is my best film till date.”
Shahid Kapoor wept bitterly after watching this movie
Shahid said, “I heard the story of this film and I was overjoyed to hear it. I saw this film 2 weeks before the release of ‘Kabir Singh’ and I cried bitterly after watching it. I watched it Mira And saw it with my manager and both of them were shocked to see me.”
Mrunal Thakur and Pankaj Kapoor are also in important roles in the film.
Along with Shahid, Mrunal Thakur and Pankaj Kapur are also in important roles in this film, directed by Gautham Tinnuri. Mrunal plays his wife in the film. Also Shahid’s father Pankaj Kapur is playing the role of a coach in the film. The film shows how a player quits cricket and returns to the field to buy his son’s jersey. The film will be released in cinemas on December 31.