Shahid Kapoor has been garnering wide applause for the teaser and posters of his upcoming film Kabir Singh. The actor makes a perfect ingredient for a whistleblowing performance of a hot doctor with a sexy body. The bold and brawny look of Shahid received wide applause from fans across the quarters. Be it, Tommy Singh of Udta Punjab or the protagonist in Haider, Shahid’s passionate appeal has made its way straight to audience’s hearts. Now, taking the bold avatar to another level, Kabir Singh is all set to make a provocative entry. However, the star recently revealed that it was not easy to step into the shoes of the bold doctor. Kabir Singh aka Shahid Kapoor Gets All the Love and Luck from Vijay Deverakonda's Arjun Reddy.
The Padmaavat actor is smoking, drinking, and swearing his way to bring justice to the role of Kabir Singh. The movie is a remake of the hit Telugu film Arjun Reddy starring Vijay Devarakonda. As soon as the posters and teaser of Shahid starrer were dropped, a wave of excitement stormed the internet and the fans went gaga over Shahid’s rocking transformation.
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While the alcoholic, cocaine-snorting surgeon has managed to attract everyone’s attention, Shahid had a very tough time with the transformation, as the actor is a teetotaller. It wasn’t exactly a piece of cake for Shahid, who not only had to act like he was smoking but literally light the bud more time than not. Kabir Singh Teaser: Shahid Kapoor's Drunk and Don't-Give-A-Damn Attitude Gave Us the Perfect Arjun Reddy Hangover (Watch Video).
In a recent interview with Mumbai Mirror, the actor said, “I don’t endorse smoking at all. However, the role required it, as the protagonist uses it to channel his angst and rage. It wasn’t easy, and it came to a point where I smoked almost 20 cigarettes a day. It would take me close to two hours to shower and get rid of the smells before I could return home to my children.”
Kabir Singh revolves around the story of a medical student who has anger management issues and after a failed relationship, indulges in alcoholism. Helmed by Sandeep Vanga and bankrolled by Bhushan Kumar, Murad Khetani, Kishan Kumar and Ashwini Varde, the movie will hit the theatres on June 21.