After delivering two hits this year Padmaavat and Batti Gul Meter Chalu, Shahid Kapoor has bagged yet another interesting project. The handsome hunk will be seen in Arjun Reddy’s Hindi remake and is all excited for the same. The film will also mark the fresh pairing of Shahid and MS Dhoni: The Untold Story fame Kiara Advani. The onscreen jodi is all set to entertain the viewers with their lovely chemistry and we can’t wait to watch them.
Just like Shahid, Kiara too is very excited about this film and as the film goes on the floors today, she expressed her happiness for the same and took to Twitter to announce about it. She shared the news with a snap of their recently released single Urvashi.
She captioned her tweet as, “
#WaitForIt This is NOT a still from the Arjun Reddy remake but our film shoot begins today! wishing the team an amazinggg start!!! All the best @shahidkapoor @imvangasandeep @ashwinvarde @TSeries @MuradKhetani and team #ArjunReddy can’t wait to join you’ll super soon”
#WaitForIt This is NOT a still from the Arjun Reddy remake but our film shoot begins today!🙏🏼🙌🏼 wishing the team an amazinggg start!!! All the best @shahidkapoor @imvangasandeep @ashwinvarde @TSeries @MuradKhetani and team #ArjunReddy can’t wait to join you’ll super soon 😍 pic.twitter.com/9k0ZV3dnIY
— Kiara Advani (@Advani_Kiara) October 21, 2018
Earlier, Shahid had revealed that he thoroughly enjoyed Arjun Reddy as a viewer. He stated, “I usually don’t watch too many films in Telugu and it surprised me with its tonality, rawness, simplicity and the fact that it was so real and believable. The character is very fascinating for me as an actor because the emotional arc… is very original. I loved it and Vijay Deverakonda, who played Arjun, did it so well.”
The original film starred Vijay Devarakonda and Shalini Pandey in the lead roles. The story revolved around a medical student who falls in love with his junior and the film showed how their relationship evolves.
The Hindi remake of this film is being directed by Sandeep Reddy Vanga, who had also helmed the original critically-acclaimed Telugu blockbuster.