Ranbir Kapoor has said that his upcoming film Shamshera will break the barriers of language and connect with the Pan India fans. He said that I wish his father late actor Rishi Kapoor was alive to see the film.
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Ranbir Kapoor has said that his upcoming film Shamshera will break language barriers and connect with Pan India fans. He said that he wished his father, the late actor Rishi Kapoor, was alive to see the film. Rishi Kapoor passed away on 30 April 2020 after battling cancer. In Shamshera, Ranbir plays a man who is enslaved and later becomes a leader to protect his clan. Directed by Karan Malhotra, the film also stars Sanjay Dutt and Vaani Kapoor.
Ranveer said, I really wish that my father would have been alive to see this film. He was always frankly honest about his criticisms, openly speaking if he liked or disliked something. Especially about my work. The sad thing is that he won’t be able to see it. I am excited that I got a chance to do a film like this.
With Shamshera, I definitely want to grow as an actor. Shamshera is definitely a step in that direction. You want to make films for a large audience. Stories that can connect generations of viewers. He said, this film tells the story around 1800. Sanjay Dutt is also in a strong role in this film.
Aditya Chopra’s film will be released in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu on 22 July. Ranbir said that I am curious to know how people react to my role.
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