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Shamshera: Vaani Kapoor opens up about her maiden project with Ranbir Kapoor

The actress says the makers are waiting for 100 per cent occupancy in theatres to release the film

  • Megha Mukundan

Last Updated: 12.40 PM, Aug 24, 2021

Shamshera: Vaani Kapoor opens up about her maiden project with Ranbir Kapoor

Actress Vaani Kapoor is all set for the theatrical release of Shamshera, her project with Ranbir Kapoor. Speaking to Pinkvilla, she said that the movie is meant for a theatrical experience and that the film will be released only when theatres are allowed to have 100 per cent occupancy.

Vaani Kapoor was the talk of the town since she was recently seen in the Ranjit Tiwari directorial Bell Bottom, alongside Akshay Kumar. The actress who made her debut through the 2013 hit movie Shuddh Desi Romance, earned the Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut. From then on, the actress has been lucky enough to work with a stellar cast in projects like Befikre with Ranveer Singh, War with Hrithik Roshan, and also in Akshay Kumar’s Bell Bottom. She has also acted in the Tamil movie Aaha Kalyanam, marking her debut in Kollywood. 

The actress further opened up about her latest project and told Pinkvilla that the Karan Malhotra directorial film is brilliantly made and beautiful. She added that to see Ranbir playing the part, as a spectator and not part of the film, was a refreshing experience. She also hinted at the makers waiting for the theatres to open completely, since it is a kind of film that requires a theatrical experience.

“I loved Karan Malhotra’s Agneepath too,” says the actress. 

Shamshera, helmed by Karan Malhotra features Ranbir Kapoor in a double role, playing the role of a rugged dacoit for the first time in his film career. As Sanjay Dutt plays opposite Ranbir, Vaani said they both tune their energies according to their role. She also added that both the actors are brilliant in their own ways and couldn’t be compared. The actress seems to have observed and learnt a lot from the senior actors, and tried to inculcate the same in her acting.

Vaani will be also seen in Chandigarh Kare Aashiqui, playing the most special character in her career to date.

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